The 2022 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 Heritage Edition is something wild.
The 2022 Ford Mustang Coastal Edition is something mild.
The GT500 Heritage is a one-year-only model painted in Brittany Blue to match the original '67 GT500's paint.
Just like other GT500s, the Heritage Edition packs Ford's supercharged 5.2-liter Predator V8, tuned to deliver 760 horsepower and 625 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission is standard.
The Coastal Edition, exclusive to EcoBoost Premium-Mustang models, tosses in 19-inch wheels, faux side scoops, unique graphics and a body-color grille.
Ford revealed both Mustangs to continue spicing up the pony car line.
The GT500 Heritage Edition gives buyers the choice of vinyl or hand-painted stripes, both with subtle variations.
The vinyl striping (seen here) comes standard on the Heritage Edition. If you want the hand-painted stripes, they're an eye-watering $10,000 extra. That's not a misprint.
At least you can opt for hand-applied stripes in Absolute Black. The vinyl stripes are only available in Wimbledon White, although they are quite attractive.
At the live reveal on Woodward Avenue, a legendary Detroit drag-racing street, Ford also took the opportunity to show off another new GT500 paint color.
This is Code Orange, and it's loud and proud. The model seen here is fitted with the optional (and super expensive) Carbon Fiber Track Package, which includes carbon fiber wheels.
The Coastal Edition is handsome in its own right. It'll be offered on the coupe and convertible.
Pricing for the GT500 Heritage Edition starts at $79,400 including destination fee and gas-guzzler tax.
The Coastal Edition features Ford's EcoBoost 2.3-liter turbocharged four, good for 310 hp and 350 pound-feet of torque.
Available in Brittany Blue (shown), Cyber Orange or Rapid Red, the new Coastal Edition model will start at about $35,500 delivered for the fastback coupe model -- that's about a $2,000 premium over non-Coastal EcoBoost Premium models.
Ordering for both the GT500 Heritage and Coastal open Nov. 15, with the first examples expected to reach customers in spring 2022.
They're only appearance packages, but it helps to hit refresh often, especially when it comes to sports cars.
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Ford must've been feeling nostalgic, because it also showed off a GT350, which is no longer being made.