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I honestly think the "yellow" car they are showing here is a result of Ford marketing playing with some sliders on what is actually a green car. When they realized how shitty it looked they just bombarded it with white light to blow the color out. It looks awful.
 

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And there are no 2021 brochures anywhere. Checked the local dealership, and then on ebay. Nothing out there...
The ironic thing about all this is that the 2021 'Stangs are already in production and out on the lots. It doesn't make any sense as to why they would procrastinate for as long as they have. Come on, Ford, you're better than this! :facepalm:
 

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It's emblematic of a company that's not fully with the program.
Their efforts are focused on electrification. This is probably the best you'll see as their focus on ICE vehicles dwindles to the point of nonexistence.
 

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Looks like the base price went up $1195, assuming anything in that article is correct, since there's some janky math, i.e.:



So $10K, but then this part of the article:



Would suggest the package is $7K (81,095-74,095).

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Oh, and I see it's finally being offered in a manual ...


2021 GT500.jpg



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Please share the link to the Ford
build and price website that allows
us to build and price the 2021 Mustang GT and the 2021 GT500.

I can only find/see the 2020 model year 🤔
 

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Doesn't the $74,095 include base price ($70,300) plus gas guzzler and destination? $70,300 + $2,600 + $1,195 = $74,095.
If the new base price includes gas guzzler then they are the same. 2020 base 70,300 plus 2600 equals 2021 base of 72,900. When you build the car , they do not separate out the GG tax To me it appears no difference except now with Ford 360
 

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If the new base price includes gas guzzler then they are the same. 2020 base 70,300 plus 2600 equals 2021 base of 72,900. When you build the car , they do not separate out the GG tax To me it appears no difference except now with Ford 360
It must include the GG, I just built a '21 and it was more or less the same as the '20 as I recall.
 

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If the new base price includes gas guzzler then they are the same. 2020 base 70,300 plus 2600 equals 2021 base of 72,900. When you build the car , they do not separate out the GG tax To me it appears no difference except now with Ford 360
Yeah, they are the same. That was what I was trying to get at with my post. With GG and destination the '20 and '21 GT500s both start at $74,095.
 

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Carbon Fiber Handling Package
$10,000

Available on Shelby® GT500®.

Includes:
• 20" Black Painted Carbon Fiber Wheels
• Adjustable Strut Top Mounts (installed at plant)
• Catch Can*
• Gurney Flap*
• Splitter Wickers*

* Placed in vehicle for installation post-sale

The tire are the base PS 4S tires.
 

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And still no optional RSD for either of the Base Handling Packages.

Mr Owens, time to include the option. No need to feel you have to protect CFTP owners now that the MACH 1 has the RSD as an option.
 

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I can't believe how many errors Ford's website has. In addition to the configurator issues, just glancing at the Mustang specs. section (not even a deep dive), it says the GT and Mach 1 have an 11.0:1 compression ratio (should be 12:1). It also shows the Coyote as being 302 c.i., when it is actually 307 c.i. It also just says "Sequential multi-port fuel injection" for the Coyote, no mention of direct injection. Come on Ford, get it together!
 

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I can't believe how many errors Ford's website has. In addition to the configurator issues, just glancing at the Mustang specs. section (not even a deep dive), it says the GT and Mach 1 have an 11.0:1 compression ratio (should be 12:1). It also shows the Coyote as being 302 c.i., when it is actually 307 c.i. It also just says "Sequential multi-port fuel injection" for the Coyote, no mention of direct injection. Come on Ford, get it together!
No kidding. Pretty pitiful the lack of proofing in a live build and price website that was already horribly late.
 

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