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2025 Ford Mustang GTD Preview Price, Specs, Release Date

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Ford isn’t wasting any time with expanding the current generation of the Mustang’s lineup. The American automaker recently unveiled the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD – a road-oriented version of the brand’s Mustang race car. The GTD finally puts the Mustang into supercar territory.

As one would expect from a race car that’s built for the road, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD features an aggressive design that’s inspired by motorsports. The front end of the supercar has a far more aggressive look than the regular Mustang with large vents on the hood, a slim grille, a wide air intake, and a giant front splitter.

The side profile of the GTD reveals enormous fenders, large vents behind the front wheels and in front of the rear wheels, and massive tires. At the back, the GTD has a colossal rear wing befitting a race car, dual exhaust outlets that are located near the center of the bumper, and a large rear diffuser.

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Ford hasn’t revealed any pictures of the Mustang GTD’s interior. As a road-oriented supercar, we expect that the GTD will have a full-blown interior instead of a stripped-down cabin like the race car. Ford has confirmed that the GTD’s cabin will feature suede, leather, and carbon fiber.

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The supercar will come with heavily bolstered Recaro seats that are meant for track days, as well as 3D-printed titanium paddle shifters, a serial plate, and a rotary dial shifter that comes from discontinued Lockheed Martin F-22s. Ford has removed the Mustang’s rear seats to cut weight.

We don’t have any information on the 2025 Mustang GTD’s tech features yet, but Ford claims that the supercar will come with digital displays. The current Mustang features an available 13.2-inch touchscreen that utilizes Ford’s Sync 4 infotainment system. We expect that touchscreen to be offered on the GTD.

The Mustang GTD features a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine that’s estimated to make 800 horsepower and can rev to over 7,500 rpm. The engine is paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. The GTD features Multimatic active suspension that can drop the car’s ride height by approximately 1.5 inches in Track Mode. Ford claims the GTD has a 50/50 weight distribution and will come with carbon ceramic brakes.

Information on the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD’s list of safety features isn’t available yet. While the Mustang is available with Ford’s Co-Pilot360 suite, we don’t know if the list of safety features will be offered on the GTD, as it’s a highly limited supercar.

Pricing & Release Date

Pricing for the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD will start at roughly $300,000. Production of the GTD is expected to start in late 2025 and deliveries of the supercar will begin in early 2025.

At $300,000, the Mustang GTD forgoes pony cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger to compete against supercars from Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, and Lamborghini.

Pictured: 2025 Ford Mustang GTD

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