Not surprisingly, a Ford dealer marks the Mustang GT500. This happens every time such cars go on the market. But what is almost impressive is how exactly they describe their online price.
The The GT500 is a 760-horsepower “replacement” for the GT350, and while more power is always welcome, the lack of a clutch pedal and a significant increase in price mean that driving is very different. It’s more of a monstrous monster similar to the Dodge Demon compared to the GT350, which can allow much more expensive sports cars to escape for their money on the road.
Ford is well aware that the speed is on sale, and while the GT350 is heading for sunset, there are many buyers willing to pay the premium for the GT500. As expected, every time these powerful muscle-powered cars reach the lot, there will be dealers who will try to take advantage of market demand and make a lot of money compared to MSRP.
This ad from Koons Ford in Sterling VA inadvertently used its “wow” prices quite perfectly with its price of $ 150,000 for a new edition “Golden Ticket” 2020 GT500.
Wow, you really want a serious coin for this GT500! And you know what, I’m not even angry. If you think there is a buyer willing to spend such money on this car, more power and them. If no one bites, the price will eventually fall.
In addition, to the great disappointment of any car enthusiast, someone from Koons Ford must have become a little careless with copying and pasting in their ad and describe their GT500 with a manual, but in fact it is automatic.
“2020 Ford Shelby GT500 с / Golden Ticket Oxford White с / Recaro Leather, 5.2L V8 Supercharged, TREMEC 6-speed manual… This Mustang is loaded with a carbon fiber package, 20-inch carbon fiber wheels, adjustable top stand stands, carbon fiber instrument panel, exposed GT4 carbon fiber wing, Michelin Pilot Cup Sport 2 tires, rear wiper seat, Leather seats RECARO … ”
Honestly, although the basic description says it’s a seven-speed dual clutch. So if any of you in this very precarious economy want to spend a hundred and fifty grand on a super-powerful automatic Mustang, I guess that’s your option.
(H / T to RN!)