Ford engineers are putting the final touches on what is likely to be the next generation Mustang car. This car will be known as 2020 Shelby GT500 and is expected to fill the gap that was left by the fifth-generation Shelby GT500. Based on the recent spy photos, this car is likely to be the strongest model that the Ford company has ever produced.
2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 Exterior
The exterior design of this car reveals a slightly broadened front track and a new rear diffuser. The rear side of this car resembles that of Shelby GT350R model but has a larger wing that has been attached to the lid. Also, the front fascia is framed by a leading edge that is carried by assertive and shiny front fenders. it has extra wide fenders fuse well with the front end of the car. Finally, it will have a stack of carbon fibers in its rear wing, wheels, and ceramic brake rotors.
2020 Shelby GT500 Interior
Although much details have not been revealed about this car’s interior, you should expect premium cabin typical to a Mustang model. We also expect some changes on the dash including an upgraded instrument panel and technique aero improvements. A new starter button is part of the cosmetic improvements that are expected in this car’s interior. This beauty is expected to have a timer control system that makes it possible to keep the noise levels low when entering or leaving home.
The new 2020 Shelby Mustang car is expected to use a 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine. It’s engine is expected to generate a horsepower of well over 700 hp and close to 800 hp. The coupe will use a 90-degree crankshaft similar to that of the Hellcat and ZL1 model. The spy photos reveal a six-speed shifter although there is a huge likelihood that the car would use a 10-speed automatic transmission system.
Price and release date
The 2020 Shelby GT500 is likely to be launched somewhere in 2019 as a 2020 model. It is then expected to hit the showrooms within the same year. The starting price for the basic model is expected to be around $70,000.
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 spy shots