Ford Announces 2020 Shelby GT500 Pricing, Will Start At $73,995

The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 certainly has a diverse arsenal of sales weapons at its disposal. It has carefully sculpted exterior styling that makes the 2019 GT350 we reviewed look like a tame boy scout, a revamped interior that promises to seamlessly marry functionality and comfort, and the pony csr with attitude even comes to the muscle car wars with a 760 horsepower supercharged V8 that puts it in the same neighborhood as the Dodge SRT Hellcat Challenger Redeye and the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Amid all the info we already know about this beast, pricing was one of the …

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3D Printing and Super Computers Transform Mustang Into Slithering Serpent of Speed [Video]

It’s no secret that the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is going to be the fastest Mustang that Ford has ever built, with the company being very confident in its ability to trounce Camaro ZL1s and Dodge Challenger Redeyes out on the track. But while Ford is still keeping the vaunted horsepower figure for the GT500 a closely guarded secret, the Detroit auto giant has released new details on some of the behind the scenes engineering that took place to help make sure that the GT500 could meet its full potential in hard track driving. Wheras the last generation GT500 …

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~755HP Shelby GT500 Joins Horsepower Wars, Sinks Fangs Into Hellcat and Camaro ZL1

In the current iteration of the muscle car wars, the extreme end of the segment has lately been dominated by two distinct entries, the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and the 717 Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Both of these models have been slugging it out in sales and on the racetrack for awhile now, but that’s partially due to the absence of a third contender, the Shelby GT500. The GT500 last terrorized the dragstrip in the mid 2000’s before ending production in 2013. Ford has not forgotten the unique allure of the GT500, and has unleashed the latest GT500 to try and reclaim …

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