Around back, the spoiler design appears slightly different than the unit found in the GT or even GT500, and the lower part of the bumper looks to have been massaged a bit, but it’s awfully similar to its current counterpart. Of course, just because Ford released these images it doesn’t mean the design cues will make it into production, but it’s safe to say that the visible Brembo brakes and 305/30ZR19 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires on 19-inch wheels will most likely be offered in some trims.
While these images don’t seem to show a radically different design, things get quite interesting when you compare it to the 2004 Mach 1 pictured above. It’s especially interesting to see the reduced airflow capacity that generation Mustang offered, with considerably smaller air intakes in the bumper and grille.
Ford didn’t disclose performance numbers, but we’re thinking that somewhere north of 500 horsepower to best the Bullitt’s 480 is an educated guess. Considering the Mach 1 has, throughout time, bridged the gap between the regular Mustangs and the Shelbys, it will most likely be a proper—if not budget—performer.
More information will be available in June, per Ford.
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