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2021 Ford Mach 1

One of the most famous versions of the Mustang is returning next spring with the reveal of the Mach 1. The new model will arrive next year as a limited edition with an all-new front end, Ford Performance components from the Mustang Shelby GT350 and the GT500, and a specially-tuned 5.0L V8. The V8 produces 480 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque and can be coupled with a Tremec six-speed manual, which is sourced from the GT350 and features a rev-matching system, an oil cooler system from the GT350, and a twin-disc clutch and short-throw shifter from the Mustang GT. 

A variety of equipment will also be available such as a Handling Package, which is exclusive to the six-speed version. This will include a larger front splitter, front wheel lip moldings, a low-gloss Magnetic swing spoiler with a Gurney flap, and GT500 rear tire spats. Additional features include a 10-speed SelectShift automatic with an upgraded torque converter, 19" Tarnished Dark-painted aluminum wheels, a leather, aluminum-accented interior with a Dark Spindrift instrument panel, a white cue ball shift knob, and the latest MagneRide calibration for improved handling. 

Available Spring 2021.

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