454bhp Ford Mustang Mach 1 European deliveries start
Although powered by the identical 5-litre ‘Coyote’ V8 engine because the GT, the Mach 1 contains a vary of ancillary updates which increase energy from the usual GT’s 444bhp to 454bhp at a lofty 7500rpm; torque can also be lifted to 390lb ft at 4600rpm. This further efficiency has been liberated due to a re-booted ECU along side the consumption manifold, engine oil cooler and upgraded cooling strains from the Shelby GT350.
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Predictably, straight line efficiency is robust with the 10-speed computerized sending the Mach 1 from standstill to 62mph in 4.4sec, only a tenth slower than the acute US-only GT350. When geared up with the six-speed guide, the Mach 1 will cowl the dash in 4.8sec, happening to a 166mph high velocity.
Each six-speed guide and ten-speed computerized transmissions can be found, the previous with a shorter throw, transmission oil cooler and auto-blip operate. The auto has additionally been up to date with a bespoke calibration. The Mustang’s electrical energy steering system has additionally been retuned, so too the standard-fit MagneRide adaptive dampers. Ford’s additionally utilized stiffer rear-axle bushings from the GT500, stiffer anti-roll bars on each axles and a limited-slip differential.
The Mach 1 additionally picks up some bespoke styling parts, with a brand new entrance and rear bumper, new retro-inspired 19-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 rubber, and bespoke graphic packs. An non-obligatory dealing with bundle incorporates a bigger entrance splitter, rear wing, GT500-aping rear wheelarch Gurney flaps and a contemporary wheel design, rising downforce by 22 per cent over the unusual GT. The fake grille-mounted spotlights are considerably much less genuine.
The inside additionally picks up some bespoke design parts, together with a brand new trim accent on the sprint, and the accent dials discovered on the GT350 and GT500.
Order books are open now with pricing beginning at £55,185 for the six-speed guide, rising £2000 for the 10-speed computerized.