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New 2018 Mustang Options Emerge Through Order Guide

We’re still begging for more details regarding the reworked 2018 Ford Mustang, but photos of an order guide that surfaced online this week have filled in a few of the gaps.

The official Ford document still leaves us wanting power figures for both the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder and the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, but it does detail the Mustang’s factory installed packages and stand-alone options.

Ford will offer shoppers five packages spread across the powertrain pairings: EcoBoost Premium Pony Package, EcoBoost Wheel and Stripe, EcoBoost Performance Package, the GT Performance Package, and a Black Accent Package.

The Premium Pony Package brings a brightwork grille that harks back to the underpowered V6 Mustangs of yore, which is paired with side stripes available in either White or Ebony depending on paint selection. The Premium package also adds a Tri-bar pony logo, chrome accents, and 19-inch polished aluminum wheels.

The Wheel and Stripe Package brings another new set of wheels and pairs them with fender stripes available in either Ebony or Silver, once again depending on color choice.

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For 2018, EcoBoost Mustangs also get an extra shot of hot sauce thanks to the EcoBoost Performance Package. Visually, the performance pack adds a new rear wing (fastbacks only) and a set of 255-section, 19-inch wheels. Mechanically, it introduces new chassis tuning, recalibrated stability control, different EPAS and ABS settings, a larger radiator and a girthier rear sway bar. Additional kit includes an aluminum instrument binnacle and external gauge pack for oil pressure and vacuum readouts.

The GT Performance Pack offers much of the same upgrades, with some notable changes. Tire wise, the GT makes use of a staggered setup with 255s in the front and 275s out back, with the 19-inch wheels wrapped in summer-only rubber. Further aiding ride and handling, the GT gets a set of 6-piston Brembo front calipers, strut-tower and K-braces, heavy-duty front springs along with a larger rear sway bar. Visually, Performance Pack cars will be distinguished by their rear wing and distinct front splitter.

Meanwhile, the Black Accent Package is exactly what you would expect: Ebony Black painted 19-inch wheels, black decklid spoiler, black badging all around and a painted black roof.

Last but not least is the Carbon Sport Interior Package, which swaths the interior in carbon fiber, including carbon instruments, a slick-looking carbon shift knob and Alcantara seat and door inserts.

Interested parties can head down to their local dealership and request one before the order books officially open later this month. Look for cars to begin reaching dealerships in the fall.

A version of this story originally appeared on All Ford Mustangs