Unfortunately, that Liquid Blue paint job isn't an option.
The cars are still on show in Detroit, yet thanks to Mustang6G we have been given the chance to check out the complete order guide for both the Shelby GT350 (codenamed 900A) and the more potent GT350R (codenamed 920A). So, if you’ve been wondering what colors Ford is offering these track weapons in, wonder no more. Ford lists standard hues like Oxford White, Competition Orange, and Race Red, as well exclusive colors of Shadow Black and Avalanche Gray. The GT350R show car’s Liquid Blue is not an option.
Black, white, and blue stripes are available on both cars, with the GT350R receiving red accents on both the stripes and the ebony interior both models will come with. The GT350 comes with Recaro seats and a leather/Alcantara wrapped steering wheel, while the cars also feature HID headlights, 19-inch alloys and aerodynamic upgrades. Options for the GT350 extend to a black roof, racing stripes, and two packages. The Technology Pack adds leather-wrapped power seats, MagneRide, satnav with Sync 3 and “heavy duty” front springs, while the Track Pack adds similar extras such as driver-selectable modes, but also includes coolers for the trans, engine oil and diff, as well as a strut-tower brace.
The GT350R gets an Electronics Pack only, adding a stereo, climate control, and satnav – essentially the features Ford stripped out to keep weight down. Click the link for additional information.