Every aspect of the car's sheet metal has been tweaked for better aerodynamic efficiency and the interior has all the refinement's you'd expect, plus a few tweaks for the performance-minded driver: the Recaro seats are cloth so you don't slide around under hard braking or cornering, and all-chrome trim has been removed, so you don't wind up with glare in your eyes at a crucial moment.
Yeah, this ride's that serious.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He drove a Mustang for many years before wandering away in search of better handling. This has his attention.