Agree with Ace, makes me think we might be seeing some testing for this: https://www.evo.co.uk/ford/mustang/201971/ford-plans-a-hot-mustang-mach-e-shelbyThe GT variant has was always planned as a staggered launch post the non GT variants. As for performance, prepare to be surprised. The GT performance is going to be a real performance vehicle , not just a 0-60 drag car but a track beast as well. Think GT350R and Gt500. There also going to be a special "thing" that's unannounced and will def cause jaws to drop. That's all I can share.
The only thing I can say is that the internal name for this project is being referred to as "Dark Horse". I wish I can share more but I can't and even I don't know all the details.I'd love to know what you know!
Yeah, staggered launch for sure but to go from Spring 2021 to Late Summer 2021 means they've added a bit of extra time. They're up to something and I bet you dollars to donuts it's gonna be good.
Or better yet, my hope is that this is related to the Performance option for the GT, and that the option is available for GTs right away -- not after the "standard"/non-Performance are produced first.Hope it's not too long of a wait after the standard GT is released.
Magnaride can be tuned to have various settings, all depends on how many modes they want to setup so potentially it could under fall under OTA if ford have set it up that way.This may be a stupid question, as I’m not as knowledgeable as a lot on here, but with the GT, and in particular it’s Magnaride suspension, will ford be able to offer us party trick drive modes as OTAs? For example you could download a 67 Shelby GT and Mach-E will then drive, handle and sound like that model Shelby. Can Magnaride be tuned digitally?
Kyle Connor from Out of Spec Motoring (this is his track) had some interesting things to say and not say about the video.The view from above:Not sure someone just wandered onto/near the test track