Ford Australia’s V8-powered Mustang GT Fastback and Convertible are now available to order in four new colours, including ‘Grabber Lime’ and ‘Twister Orange’.
Though Ford Australia is yet to confirm pricing for the new eye-catching hues, CarsGuide understands the new paints will be priced in line with the Mustang’s premium paint option at $650.
Additionally, a $1000 ‘Black Shadow Pack’ will be available to buyers looking for more personalisation, bundling a black roof, bonnet and side stripes, grille, badging and 19-inch wheels together.
Aside from the new colours and added option pack, specification remains unchanged in the 2020 Ford Mustang GT, which comes as standard with a 12.4-inch digital instrumentation, Recaro seats and 8.0-inch 'Sync3' multimedia touchscreen.
Likewise safety systems carry over, including autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and reversing camera.
Powered by a free-breathing 5.0-litre ‘Coyote’ petrol V8 engine, the Mustang GT outputs 339kW of power and 556Nm of torque to the rear wheels via either a 10-speed automatic transmission or six-speed manual gearbox.
Acceleration from 0-100km/h is as quick as 4.3 seconds in automatic Fastback guise, while the drop-top version is slightly slower at 4.5s, and the three-pedal coupe is the slowest of the three with a time of 4.6s.
Pricing of the Ford Mustang GT also carries over from before with the entry Mustang GT Fastback manual costing $63,290 before on-road costs, the automatic version priced at $66,290 and the auto-only Convertible topping the range at $74,728.
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