That’s not true, they didn’t specify in the pamphlet but Ford apparently chose to only put it on the ecoboost cars. I have a 2020 GT/PP1 mt82, 401a car and can confirm there is not a no lift shift feature at all. It’s not in the track apps, not in the settings anywhere and doesn’t activate in any of the modes. I have tested every way possible to see if the car would modulate the RPMs during a no lift shift and it will not. Also have had people check their cars with forscan to see if it’s available anywhere in the “as built” data and it’s not, so from all of my research I can only conclude that the 2018+ GT cars do not have NLS factory.Every 18+ stock has it. It says it clear as day in their 2018 pamphlet for the mustang GT. Whether I would do it on the street or a prepped track with the MT82 trans is a whole other topic.