Ford’s current-generation Mustang will be in the army for another model year, but it’ll do so without breathing Shelby GT500.
The information was first reported on Wednesday by Muscle cars and trucks and since confirmation Advocacy agency Ford’s spokesman Mike Levine.
The current Mustang will have the 2023 model year shortened before finally bowing to make room for Mustang 2024 redesigned was unveiled on Wednesday at the Detroit auto show 2022. The current car will continue to deliver Mach 1this will be a new tractor to replace the Shelby GT500.
2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse
Ford has yet to say when production of the current vehicle will be discontinued, although we do know that the redesigned vehicle will arrive next summer. Talking to Muscle cars and trucksJim Owens, marketing director at Ford Performance, said Ford is still busy building the 2022 Mustangs due to numerous production failures over the past year and demand for the current vehicle remains strong.
While there’s a good chance the Shelby GT500 (and hopefully the GT350) will return, there’s likely to be a gap of several years as Shelby variants of the Mustang are generally unavailable at launch. That means if you’ve been thinking about buying the Shelby GT500, now is the time to act.
Even if you wait for the arrival of the redesigned Mustang, there’s plenty of performance on offer at once thanks to a New Dark Horse model will likely replace the Mach 1. It will share the 5.0-liter V-8 with the Mustang GT but increase power to around 500 hp.