The 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 will start from $49,995 including destination and gas-guzzler tax.
The pricing has come out thanks to the sports car’s online configurator which confirms an earlier leak. We also now know that the even hotter GT350R will be priced at $63,495.
The standard GT350 will have two main options available to buyers, the Technology Package and the Track Package. The Technology Package will be priced at $7,500 and adds Sync 3 with navigation, a seven-speaker stereo system with satellite radio, leather, dual-zone automatic climate control, dual power seats with four-way headrests, Ford’s Integrated Driver Control System, MagneRide, heavy-duty front springs, side mirrors with integrated turn signals and a garage door opener.
The Track Package also includes MagneRide, Integrated Driver Control System and the heavy-duty front springs, but also outfits the GT350 with an oil cooler, transmission cooler and differential cooler, a strut tower brace and a rear decklid spoiler.
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Other choices for buyers include exterior options with stripes costing $475 and available in white or blue with black edges or black with white edges, a contrasting black roof for $695 and Triple Yellow paint for $495.
The GT350R has fewer options with a $3,000 Electronics Package that adds back some of the comforts that were stripped out for the more hardcore model: audio system with navigation and Sync 3, rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, mirrors with integrated turn signals, auxiliary gauges, garage door opener, floor mats and a mobility kit.
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