On the underside, the exhaust tip curvature and exits looks almost identical to a 2018+ active exhaust minus the tip covers. so maybe those tip covers can fit a 2018+ factory active exhaust??? I am doubtful but would be nice.Interesting to see the exhaust tips are mounted to the mufflers and the underside of the rear valance is open, not like the 350 with the tips mounted into the lower valance and a pain tip slightly extending out from the muffler.
I’ve been hoping to see these posted as well, hopefully someone will come through for us!Does anyone have photos of the silver car that's sitting on the rack at NAIAS? It apparently DOES NOT have the carbon fiber track pack. There's one lousy photo on jalopnik and the alloys look like they're Ford GT inspired.
At least they still have the oil dipstick, the last I saw. BMW got rid of that at least 8 years ago.I can't believe more have not commented on how Ford deleted the manual handbrake and went with EPB....... slowly they are taking the driver controls away. First the 6-speed is gone, now the handbrake, WTF!!
Yes, the deallers will check every box twice when they order these beasts. Not going to see many base models unless they are ordered by customers, just like the GT350, that's how I got mine.Initially, allocations for base cars will probably be very light since they'll want to push fully loaded track pack cars out at top dollar. But once things settle down, we'll probably see more of them, maybe some time next year.