2019 Ford Mustang GT500. Although the car is still months away from the release, the exterior of Mustang GT500 seems to boast some interesting quirks. We can expect a large rear wing, larger front splitter than on the GT350R and possibly the Air Canards at the front. With the help of those tires and the lower strength offered by these upgrades, it is expected to become the fastest Mustang GT500. Interior also will be very special. For starters, the car will not be hit as suggested by some. Instead, it will also be well equipped to the Mustang set-top in order to provide comfort and not just rough performance.
Ford Mustang’s powerful stable, the Shelby Mustang GT500, which will take the Chevrolet, Super Camargo, 650 hp. Have we been down this road before? Absolutely in 2013, shortly before the Mustang Shelby GT350 debuted, we mistakenly model a prototype of that car for the forthcoming Shelby Mustang GT500 Ford. This time, the GT350 for sale, leaving Mustang GT500 as the only current generation Mustang alternative is expected to be undetected. Moreover, the test mule in the picture here holds more specific evidence of its claim to the throne Mustang GT500.
The interior of 2019 Ford Mustang GT500 will be very similar to the GT350. However, the new vehicle is expected to receive a digital cluster tool, suede upholstery as well as a pair of Recaro sports seats. A roll cage may be installed in the back while the entertainment information system could have been deleted in order to provide as much weight as possible. The exterior will boast a large fixed wing at the back, heat extracts most likely on the bonnet, as well as an adjustable splitter and a huge rear distributor.
The Mustang is always in the spotlight especially since the Mustang GT500 is the most powerful Mustang ever produced. When the 2013 model was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2011 it had 32 V eight cylinders that could generate 662 horsepower and 631 lb-ft of torque. Its weight is 3,850 pounds and can develop 202 miles per hour. Future models came with significant improvements, such as redesigned front fascia, headlamps, and LED tail lamps. Now is the time to unveil its successor – 2019 Ford Mustang GT500. Although many features are still unknown some of the details leaked from Ford.
According to official announcements, the new GT550 will be based on the Ford S550 platform. Thanks to this 2019 platform the model will be lightweight which enables the best EPA rating, acceleration, and maximum speed. Both aluminum and carbon will be used. Carbon will be used in almost every one part of the car. It will be implemented in front and rear fascia, side panels, hood, etc. This is not the first time Ford uses this platform until we already know what to expect.
Sure, everything ensures that Ford will equip 2019 Ford Mustang GT500 with a twin-turbo V-8 engine, since the supercharged (used in outgoing Mustang GT500) does not mix with the company’s mandatory compost strategy. But the question remains that the V-8 car maker will be using. The Mustang G8, a 5-liter Q-V V8, is well-suited for the 5.2 liter GT350 voodoo engine, a more liberal modified wolverine engine with a flat plane. Both engines have high-compression ratios that may need to be reduced to forced induction.
To fit the brand of the Ford Ecopost, which is set to turbocharged turbo direct power plants, any engine needs to be transformed from a port injection to direct injection of fuel. We are of the mind that a double Voodoo Turbo is the most logical way for Ford to take. In the form of a naturally inhaled, 5.2-liter V-8 is already special. The two turbos strap to its wings, and it should provide those additional dose of the Precise distinction and more exclusive Mustang GT500 application model.
The use of Voodoo V-8 for another model will help Ford reduce engine development costs with increasing economies of scale so far. Voodoo is only available in the GT350, and is not beyond Ford’s ability to incorporate the twin V-8 in the second generation F-150 Raptor Pick-up as a step from the standard double-turbo V-6. No matter which V-8 Ford decides to shave between the 2019 Ford Mustang GT500 front fenders, it is likely to be a crazy powerhouse, the old Mustang GT500 Eclipse should be rated at 662 hp with ease. The manual transmission is expected to be standard, while the same Chevrolet 10-speed automatic is used for the ZL1, transmission co-developed with Ford, it will be optional.
Competition: Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Look for the Mustang GT500 debut at the Auto Show later this year or early next year before going on sale in late 2018 as the 2019 Ford Mustang GT500 model. Pricing, as expected, will be richer than that for the Shelby GT350 and the GT350R, that means in place What North $65,000.