As it turns out, certain drivers might just think that any blue car that sounds awesome is a Subaru. At least that’s what we expect from the driver of this Ford Mustang. Why else would you take the pony offroading? That’s right, the guy jumped inside the Blue Oval machine and decided to hit the tunes. As you can imagine, things didn’t exactly go smoothly. To be more precise, the ‘Stang only traveled a few feet before getting stuck in the sand. The treatment applied to the car is especially strange since we’re not talking about a Fox Body beater about to be taken to the junkyard. Oh no. The animal we have here is serious road hooning material since we’re looking at a Mustang GT belonging to the S550 generation. In fact, you can hear the growl of the five-oh animating the Ford as the car buries itself into the sand. Once the driver notices the belly of the beast is resting on the ground, he welds the throttle to the floor. And when the trick fails to deliver the expected magic, the guy does the same but using reverse. And as if such ridiculous maneuvers wouldn’t have been enough, the driver kept both windows down all the way through the stunt. Now, before the world wide web runs out of digital rotten tomatoes to throw at this guy for the pointless abuse he threw at the Mustang, we need to mention that the guy’s fantasy could be satisfied without making use of a Subaru badge or an SUV, for that matter. Over the past two years or so, we’ve noticed a new breed of cars getting a popularity boost. We’re talking about jportscars, or jacked-up sportscars. The examples of such brilliant contraptions are split into two main categories: those the come from the real world and those stuck in pixel realm. And we’ll name the Texas-built lifted Nissan 350Z as one of the coolest members of the first camp. Heck, somebody even gave a WRX such treatment.