Ford wasn’t willing to elaborate on Mustang6G’s pricing report, with spokesperson Said Deep simply saying, “We haven’t announced pricing at this time.”
The limited availability of the new 2015 GT350 and GT350R isn’t the only Ford Mustang news today, as a leaked report by Mustang6G has shined a light on the cost of the optional equipment we first reported on way back in January.
First, we have the standard GT350. As we reported earlier, only 50 cars will get the $7,500-Tech Package, which includes magnetic ride control, navigation with Sync 3, dual-zone climate control, and heated, air-conditioned, leather-upholstered, and powered seats. The other 50 standard models will get the $6,500-Track Package. You’ll still get magnetic ride control, selectable driving modes and enhanced cooling systems for the engine oil, trans and diff. Stand-alone navigation is $795, a black roof is $695, stripes are $475, and as with the standard Mustang, Triple Yellow Clearcoat paint is $495.
Fancy one of the just 37 GT350Rs? You’ll pony up (pun intended) an extra $3,500 on top of the price of a GT350. From there, Mustang6G cites a $3,000-SVT Touring Package, which we think references the Electronics Package (navigation, Sync 3, and dual-zone climate control). Outside of those two items, the GT350R’s only additional options include a black roof, stand-alone nav, and stripes, all of which carry the same price as the standard car.
Like our report earlier today, these prices appear to only be for the 2015 model. While production outputs for the 2016 will probably increase, we can’t be sure whether these prices be carried over, as well.
Mustang6G claims it will have a starting price “very soon,” which we’ll naturally bring you as soon as it’s published. We’ve also reached out to Ford to confirm this report as well as get any info on the GT350’s starting price. Stay tuned.