2021 Ford Mustang Mach-1 Starting Price Revealed

The 5.0 L V8 powered muscle car will start at $52,915 and come standard with a manual transmission.

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Key Points:

1. Ford is now taking orders for the 2021 Mustang Mach-1.

2. It will start at $52,915 and is a cross between the recently discontinued BULLITT and GT350.

3. It will reach dealerships in the spring of 2021.


Although we're all sad about the discontinuation of the Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R, Ford is trying to cheer us up with the Mach-1. It's a cross between the BULLITT special edition and the Shelby GT350.




The 2021 Mach-1 will be powered by a version of the BULLITT's 5.0 L V8 that produces 480 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. This power is transferred to the rear wheels via a standard 6-speed manual transmission or an optional 10-speed automatic. Parts from the GT350 are onboard and include its intake manifold, oil-filter adapter, and engine oil cooler. Its front and rear subframe is from the GT350 as well, but the rear-axle cooling system, rear toe link, and diffuser from are from the 760 horsepower Mustang GT500.




An optional Handling Package is offered only with the 6-speed manual. Also available is an appearance package that includes black side and hood stripes with reflective red, white, or orange accent stripes. Paint wise, the Mach-1 will be available in Fighter Jet Gray, silver, white, black, blue, and red in addition to Twister Orange and Grabber Yellow.



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Comments (2)

  • A while back, when Ford announced the Mach E, I was afraid that they'd now stop producing cars like this. And even though they've damaged the Mach-name massively with that electric SUV, they're now improving it again with this. Especially in that white it looks absolutely astonishing.

      6 months ago
  • Good looking car and, judging by specification, performer too. Hopefully not too much electronics and bl**dy infotainment, surround sound and other similar crap. I'd say it looks like "back-to-basics" car. I wish Ford huge success with it. Hopefully, it will start "back-to-basics" movement. Cheers and best of luck, Ford!

      6 months ago