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It does appear to be available in Rapid Red, but no stripe package offered in that color.
My bad. I don't guess you can get Carbonized Gray, Antimatter Blue, or Rapid Red. They list them, but didn't put N/A or any marking beside them. Sorry.





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Also the GT and Mach 1 are going FWD! Check out pages 4, 9, 14, 17, 21, under heading "Entities (Series, Drive, Engine, Transmission)". That's a big change! Huge! Why wasn't it announced? :shock::wink:
Surely that's a typo?
 

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Sounds like the GT Performance package pretty much replaces the PP2 and it comes with 3.73 rear gears for 6sp manual and 3.55 rear gears for the auto trans.
 

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Also, I didn't see the handling package for the Mach 1. Maybe late availability.
That was my biggest question in reading this. I get that they're positioning the Mach 1 to be kind of an uber-Bullitt that's pretty close to the GT350, but 255/275 width tires is just NOT going to get a GT+, even with better suspension bits, close to the same territory that the GT350 occupied, not to mention the GT350R and ZL1 1LE.

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So let me get this straight. They eliminated the illuminated glovebox. How the hell are people supposed to find their gloves in the dark? Ford totally dropped the ball on this one :facepalm:
 

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No Sync 4 is a bummer. It looks like Ford is going to use Sync 3 until the next generation Mustang.
 

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Sounds like the GT Performance package pretty much replaces the PP2 and it comes with 3.73 rear gears for 6sp manual and 3.55 rear gears for the auto trans.
The GT Performance Pack is the PP1 and has always had these gear ratio's.
 

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Good point. Wonder if this means we are going to get a revised dashboard with a bigger screen in the S650.
Probably. Sync 4 does work on an 8", so perhaps that will be the base version. Ford seem to have jumped to a 12" in the Bronco and F150. Personally I feel that's a little large for the Mustang........I'd like it to be a 10". Whatever size it is though, it needs to be "integrated" into the dash, not stuck on top like the Escape etc.
 

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Adaptive Cruise Control isn't available on the Mach 1 either, seems ridiculous.
 

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Adaptive Cruise Control isn't available on the Mach 1 either, seems ridiculous.
IF thats true, i can see how people that want it would be upset.

Personally, id rather pay less (i believe its $1000?) to not have it, as i would never use it.
 

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Adaptive Cruise Control isn't available on the Mach 1 either, seems ridiculous.
Interesting that ACC is part of the Safe & Smart package for 2021 that includes nav. Nav is available separately on the Mach 1.

Most likely has to do with the front bumper not allowing space for the sensor.
 

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@Bikeman315 to add to the puzzle; ALL models have pre-collision assist. Doesn't that use the same sensor as ACC? Or does the Mach 1 not have pre-collision assist?
 

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