On the twentieth anniversary of the Mustang, Ford announced two exciting new models to celebrate the occasion. One was a Mustang GT equipped with a more powerful 5.0-liter V8, and the other was a turbocharged, intercooled, fuel-injected four-cylinder model called the Mustang SVO. Developed by Ford’s Special Vehicle Operations team, an in-house skunk works whose mission was to make smaller and more efficient cars go faster, the Mustang SVO didn’t disappoint enthusiasts. Though producing just 175 horsepower, the SVO won over the automotive press. Easily recognizable by its functional hood scoop and a somewhat controversial double wing at the rear of the car, the SVO lasted until 1986.