If you were on the fence about the high-performance, track-friendly Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang, perhaps 2017's updates will pique your interests.

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Two colors are no longer offered -- deep impact blue and competition orange.

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Three new colors are on offer, though -- ruby red metallic, lightning blue and grabber blue.

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The Track Package is now standard equipment for all GT350s, and that includes a decklid spoiler, a strut tower brace, magnetorheological shocks and coolers for the engine oil, differential and transmission.

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The first of two new packages is the Electronics Package, which includes Ford's new Sync 3 infotainment system, navigation and a nine-speaker premium audio system.

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The second new package is the Convenience Package, which includes everything from the Electronics Package, as well as power leather sport seats.

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We have no idea how much all these fancy new baubles will affect the GT350's sub-$50,000 starting price. Ford didn't make mention of it.

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