The horsepower is over. The horsepower per dollar wars is underway. Output continues to climb as costs come down and get examples of this better than 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500.
Distribution of $ 70,300 MSRP at the 760 horsepower supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 produces $ 92.50 per pony. Ford North America Product Communications Manager Mike Levine points out on Twitter, it's a great value:
If you're looking for incredible value, you'll choose a 2020 Mustang GT500 over the Toyota Corolla. GT500 is only $ 92.50 per. Horsepower compared to $ 140 a day Horsepower for Corolla. You're welcome, America! Pic.twitter.com/5vnGlT2lVd @mrlevine June 28, 2019
But look down on the price list that was revealed at Mustang6g.com and you can see that it is easy to change this relationship. First, there is a $ 1,095 fee. Next, there is a $ 2,600 gas guzzler tax-c, uncle Sam. It sets the starting price of $ 73,995 . Wall course regulators will definitely choose the Carbon Fiber Track Pack, including the charcoal and large race-derived rear wing, which costs $ 18,500. The handling package is separate and costs $ 1,500 for additional aero elements and adjustable suspension bits. The driver does not want to slip out of their place during severe oscillation, so the leather-cropped Recaros is a $ 1,595 must-have.
Ford makes it easy for buyers to customize their GT500's appearance too. Triple-coat Twister Orange paint injects at $ 495. It's another $ 1,000 for over-the-top full racing stripes in vinyl, but having them made in paint costs $ 10,000 — we ask if the paint is ten times better, but it's also a good link to Shelby's legacy. A $ 3,000 Technology Package adds niceties as an upgraded stereo, power driver seat, and super cool pillow lamps that project the iconic Shelby Cobra.