Meh, not everyone into cars needs to know every trim/model of a car. Mustang owners do, because most went over all the options avail. before looking to buy.The person that would confuse those 2 cars are the same people that simply call all our cars mustangs or just cars or my favorite "fancy car".
Agreed. The CS was always a fairly subtle and always classy package. The 22’ is a little over the top for me but I’m sure many will disagree and buy them. But at least you will be able to add the PP and hopefully, MagneRide.Glad I got a 2020 GT/CS. That new version is not my cup o' Joe. Looks like a someone got a gift card to CJ Pony and went a little overboard. That grill? Those graphics?
Why no Race Red for the GT/CS?
Yes.in explosion/puss green.
In direct contrast GM/Camaro you can choose from all kinds of different badging and grill and stripe options. Apparently GM workers can manage to keep customization options straight on the factory floor. What's Ford's excuse? I never got into the GM/Ford koolaid drinking but the more I look at Ford the more they are just 2-bit wankers. Contrived scarcity, feature lockouts, unimaginative color combos.
But yes I still like my Mustang(s). And the 'dark' package looks ok.
remember the little book the dealers had back in the day with all the options?Meh, not everyone into cars needs to know every trim/model of a car. Mustang owners do, because most went over all the options avail. before looking to buy.
I'd never expact a guy/gal with a interest in performance cars to know every little detail and difference in the s550 line