SpecificationsThe Mustang Heat edition took the 2007’s V6 Premium Coupe as its base, which boasted a 210 horsepower 4.0L V6 and either a five-speed manual or optional five-speed automatic transmission. On its own, the premium package included a Shaker 500 audio system with six speakers, a power adjustable driver’s seat and special 16” spinner wheels. The Heat edition — a $1,250 upgrade — added a distinctive black stripe, hood scoop and rear wing, as well as special interior and exterior badging.
Sales Figures and AvailabilityInitially Ford had planned to build 1,000 Mustangs with the Heat edition package. Of these, however, only an estimated 279 were produced before the program was cancelled. Sales of the Heat edition seem to have been limited to the southeast, with Florida in particular being one of the areas where it sold best. At the same time, Ford was offering a similar Outlaw package in Texas and a Pony package elsewhere in the country.
Despite their limited numbers, it is still possible to find Heat edition Mustangs available for sale today — prices are usually in line with similarly equipped V6 coupes.