The 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt is an homage to Steve McQueen's movie star car in the 1968 film of the same name.

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It's the top trim in the GT line, with a few special touches that make it extra-cool.

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The 5.0-liter V8 engine gets a 20 horsepower bump to 480, thanks to an open air induction system, an intake manifold from the Shelby GT350 and a larger throttle body.

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Optional Recaro seats provide support behind the wheel.

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The interior is much the same as the GT, save for some cool contrasting green stitching.

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Paired with a six-speed manual transmission, there is certainly enough power to fly over those crests.

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The silver pony is deleted from the unique front grille.

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The only badge is the faux gas cap in the rear.

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The Bullitt starts at $46,595, but with all the bells and whistles, expect to spend $52,980, including $995 for destination.

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