A select few automotive enthusiasts are going to be able to buy a street legal version of Ford’s Mustang GT3 race car. Those lucky individuals are going to have to part with more than $300,000 USD plus taxes, title and license fees. What they are going to get is the most advanced Mustang ever. Ford has not indicated how many, or how few, of these limited edition Mustang GTD’s are going to be produced.
“Mustang GTD shatters every preconceived notion of a supercar” Jim Farley, Ford President and CEO
“This is a new approach for us. We didn’t engineer a road car for the track, we created a race car for the road. Mustang GTD takes racing technology from our Mustang GT3 race car, wraps it in a carbon fiber Mustang body and unleashes it for the street.”
The Mustang GT3 is set to make its racing debut next June at the 2024 24 Hours of Le Mans in France.
“This is our company, we’re throwing down the gauntlet and saying, ‘Come and get it,’” said Farley. “We’re comfortable putting everybody else on notice. I’ll take track time in a Mustang GTD against any other auto boss in their best road car. Mustang GTD represents the very best of Ford Motor Company and what our team needs to do every day. This is what happens when we take what we’re good at and push the boundaries to see where the bubble stops.”
“We obsessed about the racing technology under its skin. What makes it go is even more compelling than what you can see when it passes you by,” said Mark Rushbrook global director of Ford Performance Motorsports. “When you look at the engineering, the aerodynamics, how the powertrain works, the Mustang GTD is a rocketship for the road.”
The Mustang GTD has been designed and engineered as a collaboration between Ford and Multimatic Inc. based in Markham, Ontario. Multimatic developed the Mustang GT3, Mustang GT4, and Le Mans-winning Ford GT race cars.
“We are extremely proud of our work on the Mustang GTD,” said Larry Holt, Executive Vice President, Multimatic Special Vehicle Operations. “It showcases our state-of-the-art DSSV spool valve suspension technology, with features not even allowed in racing. The Mustang GTD sets a new benchmark for roadgoing racers, and we can’t wait for clients to experience the thrill of driving it.”
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“Our design team worked in conjunction with the Mustang GT3 design team and the aero team, sharing solutions between race car and road car, and vice versa,” said Anthony Colard, Ford Performance design manager, “This is an aerodynamics-driven design.”
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