One instantly recognisable icon. Two models. The formidable Ford Mustang GT has now been joined
by the track-capable Ford Mustang Mach 1.

Both Ford Mustang models deliver exhilaration on demand. Both are aggressively styled, packed with advanced features and assistance technologies. The Mustang Mach 1 further benefits from significant improvements with the new front aero, splitter and approach angle increasing aerodynamic performance. Along with a new belly pan providing significant extra downforce for traction and stability when cornering.

The 5.0-litre V8 Mach 1 engine is capable of a colossal 460 PS and 529 Nm [390 ft/lb] of torque, and a 0-62mph time of 4.4 seconds in the automatic and 4.8 seconds in the manual. So the question is, how serious about performance are you?


Powering the Mustang GT is an improved version of the Mustang’s renowned 5.0-litre V8 engine, which incorporates dual fuel injection technology for enhanced performance and a sophisticated 10-speed automatic transmission. While the Mustang Mach 1 has a fearsome, specially modified and calibrated 5.0L V8, capable of an outstanding 460 PS at 7,250 rpm and 529 Nm [390 ft/lb] of torque at 4,900 rpm.

The Mach 1 Tremec 6-speed manual transmission has been tested to Boss 302 track endurance standards, and the 10-speed auto has been upgraded with a new torque converter, supporting optimized torque capability and performance.

Ford Mustang 5.0L V8 engine


Reaching 0-62 mph in a rapid 4.4 seconds, the new Mustang Mach 1 delivers rip-roaring performance. A new cooling system, precision steering and an improved chassis ensure an exhilarating drive. It even has a unique exhaust system, tuned to match its uncompromising character. Like the Mustang GT, the Mach 1 features Active Valve Exhaust technology which lets you control the sound. So you can dial up the roar with Race Track mode or tone it down with Quiet mode.

Ford Mustang twin exhaust


Ford Mustang California driving
Ford Mustang California Badge close up.
Ford Mustang California Edition door open close up with horse reflection on floor
Ford Mustang Mach-1 on a racetrack.

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