The 2020 Shelby Mustang GT500 is Ford’s ultimate expression of track-biased ability. With insane power outputs and rear-wheel-drive, the best way to use the engine’s performance is through a dual-clutch automatic gearbox. This curbed the enthusiasm of many fans who felt that this was just a ploy to sell more vehicles, but now that we’ve driven it, we can confirm that it was the right choice. The GT500 is a wild animal, but it’s one that wants to be tamed. It’s exceptionally capable on the track and has grip levels that make its power figures seem like they may have been misquoted - until you get to a straight and put the hammer down. With such breathtaking ability, there was little room for creature comforts, and the GT500 is devoid of almost all driver aids that make passive driving less stressful. This is a car for the keen driver just as much as the less powerful GT350 is one for the three-pedal enthusiast.
splitter wickers, Wheels: 20" Exposed Carbon Fiber, Exposed Carbon Fiber GT4 Track Wing, Wheel Locking Kit, Adjustable Strut Top Mounts Installed at plant, Tires: 305/30R20 Front & 315/30R20 Rear Michelin Pilot cup Sport 2, Rear Seat Delete, Exposed Carbon Fiber Instrument Panel
gurney flap and splitter wickers, Placed in vehicle for installation post-sale.
BLIS (Blind Spot Information System), cross-traffic alert, Voice-Activated Touch-Screen Navigation System, pinch-to-zoom capability, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link, Radio: B&O Sound System by Bang & Olufsen, 12 speakers and subwoofer in trunk, Heated Mirrors, memory, turn signal and Cobra puddle lamps w/o FV Driver 3-Memory Settings