Boss 302 edition of the Mustang comes with a tuned suspension and distinct graphics.

Ford has unveiled the new 2013 Mustang Boss 302 facelift ahead of its debut at the Los Angeles auto show tomorrow.

The Mustang Boss 302 comes dressed with a new hockey stick graphic featuring reflective stripes - a reference to the classic 1970 Boss 302. The Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition, pictured here, features a new School Bus Yellow color with Sterling Gray accents.

The body kit on the Boss 302 includes a front splitter and hood extractors as well as a HID headlights and LED-surround taillamps. The car also features a high-gloss panel on the rear end that connects the taillights.

The Mustang Boss 302 comes with a 444 hp (331 kW / 450 PS) and 515 Nm (380 lb-ft) of torque unit coupled to a close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox.

Based on the Mustang GT facelift, the Boss 302 also features a more refined suspension system with higher-rate coil springs, stiffer bushings and a larger-diameter rear stabilizer bar. There's also the adjustable shocks and struts. The 302 is lowered by 11 mm at the front and 1 mm at the rear vis-a-vis the standard Mustang GT. Wheels are 19-inch black alloy racing rims fitted with Pirelli Pzero tires.

Gallery: 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 revealed for L.A. Auto Show [video]