A new Coastal Edition EcoBoost model joins the Mustang family at the more affordable end of the spectrum, too.
Despite the fact that its new electric sibling has been hogging all the press lately, the Ford Mustang is still a decidedly rad car, and Ford is showing it a little love by debuting a couple of special-edition ponies for your driving pleasure. Announced on Friday, this pair of single-year limited editions include the GT500 Heritage Edition and the Coastal Limited Edition.
The GT500 Heritage Edition takes the already impossibly gnarly 760-horsepower GT500 and offers it up in a unique shade of Brittany Blue with the choice of either hand-painted or vinyl racing stripes. A base 2022 GT500 starts at $77,260 including $1,195 destination fee and $2,600 gas-guzzler tax. The new GT500 Heritage with Wimbledon White vinyl stripe package will set you back a further $2,140 ($79,400 all-in), while a Heritage model with optional hand-painted stripes — available in Wimbledon or Absolute Black — costs $12,140 over the base price of a regular GT500. That’s $10,000 extra if you must have your stripes done by hand, friends.