Big news surfaced this past weekend for those interested in scooping up one of Ford’s brand-new 2015 Mustangs when the Blue Oval announced the pony car would start at $24,425 including destination pricing. Now, Autoblog has come forth with the rest of the pricing for the Mustang line, giving us our best look yet at the options available on the new model.
The base EcoBoost four-cylinder model, which will slot in between the V6 and V8 models, will start at $25,995 while the GT will command a $32,925 asking price. An upgraded V6 model that adds 18-inch wheels, LED foglamps, a rear spoiler and six-way adjustable seats will start at $25,420. The Premium trim line, which is nearly identical for all models no matter the powertrain, adds selectable drive modes, ambient lighting, aluminium foot pedals, a nine-speaker stereo system and an eight-inch color display complete with MyFord Touch. This kit in conjunction with the EcoBoost model will drive the price up to $29,995 and will raise the price of the GT model to $36,925.
Furthermore, EcoBoost and GT models equipped with the Premium pack will be available with an extra equipment pack. This comes with a 12-speaker Shaker stereo system, an HD radio, memory seats with two different settings and a blind-spot monitoring system. This brings the price of an EcoBoost equipped model to $31,790 while the GT will see a bump up to $38,720.
Possibly the most appealing of all the available packages on the upcoming Mustang is the GT Performance Pack. This adds a slew of performance-oriented amenities including stiffened suspension, burly six-piston Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels, a strut tower brace, a larger radiator and a 3.73 rear end. This won’t come cheap, of course, adding another $2,495 to the price of a Mustang GT. An identical performance pack for the EcoBoost model is also available, though its currently not clear if it will raise the price by the same amount.
The 2015 Mustang will also be offered with multiple standalone options like satellite navigation for $795, Recaro race seats for $1,595 and an Enhanced Security Package which costs an additional $395. Ford is also offering a special 50 Years appearance package on EcoBoost and GT Premium models which will add a chrome-accented grille, a “50 Years” rear badge, 19-inch alloy wheels with all-season tires, special anniversary floor mats and unique seat and door-trim stitching. To note, the 50th Anniversary appearance package is not the same as the 50 Years Limited Edition Mustang: the former is simply an appearance package to the regular-production Mustang while the latter is its own limited-production model.