S650 Mustang Details & SpecsLast Updated February 18, 2020 | Chris Cervenka
With all of the hype and rumors revolving around Ford’s latest generation of America’s favorite pony car, the next Mustang is a hot topic for discussion. We’re taking all of that talk, rumors, speculation, photos, and facts and compile them in one convenient place to form your own opinions as the ultimate unveil gets closer and closer. Stay tuned as we post the latest and greatest on the newest Ford Mustang, otherwise rumored to be the S650 platform!
Back in late 2012 when the 2013 Shelby GT500 was released, it was a sight and sound to be held. Being the most powerful production V8 in existence was no small feat from the joint forces of Ford Racing, SVT and Carroll Shelby himself. 662 horses of insane power just pleading to be put to the asphalt. Since then, we’ve seen the Camaro’s ZL1 and Mopar’s Hellcat seriously give the 2013-2014 GT500 a run for its money. Now, Ford Performance is answering back with the 2020 GT500 and 760 horses of American fury!
The Shelby GT350 has been out and the talk of any car enthusiast for the past few years. With its debut in 2015, the GT350 has set the standard among American track cars with the raving reviews its still getting today. However, Ford has something up their sleeve with their next move: the GT500. With rumors of the new GT500 creeping up on the 800 horsepower mark, this Shelby could be a Hellcat and even Demon killer…
If you haven’t heard already, the Bullitt is making a comeback. First, we saw the poster in the back of a Ford promotional video and Ford stayed quiet. Next, we saw the leaked window sticker listing out Bullitt options and specs and Ford came out with a statement denying it. After that, it was seen out in the wild shooting a commercial in Chicago and Ford again stayed quiet. Now, it’s finally debuted at the North American International Auto Show - read all about it!
With the 2018 Mustang refresh come and gone, we’re already looking ahead to the 2019 model year for America’s favorite pony car. In early 2018, with the unveiling of the original Bullitt Mustang alongside the all-new 2019 Bullitt Mustang, Ford never turned the knob down after the unveil of the refreshed Mustang. Now, we’ll see the return of the California Special, a package that dates back to the '60s.