A Boss 302 with 900 hp might not be the best idea

We all know there is a serious horsepower battle going on in the automotive community, cars with 500hp and more have been rolling off the assembly line for a while now, and when we get into supercar and hypercar territory numbers like 750hp and more are common, even the 1,000 hp barrier has been broken a long time ago thanks to the Bugatti Veyron, and even electric cars like the Rimac Nevera are reaching almost 2,000 hp nowadays, but can all that power be used on the open road too, or is it just meant as bragging rights at the bar?

When Ford’s performance division unveiled the Mustang Boss 302 they took a big step ahead, fitting the ‘Roadrunner’, a souped-up version of the famous Coyote 5.0 engine, opened the path for many to achieve massive power numbers from this engine by installing force induction, making the S197 chassis probably the best chassis in the series, adding better-tuned suspension, improved handling and a V8 engine that loves to rev into the high numbers, but the Boss 302 didn’t come with the brute force initially available in the 2013-2014 GT500 version, but its edge came from the elegant platform it was based on.

But what happens if you add two turbos onto the Boss 302 engine and end up with 900 hp? Let’s go for a drive and find out