The first Ford Mustang GT 2024 already has an owner and he paid $490,000 at the auction for Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale. Plus, with a few additional donations, the vehicle raised a total of $565,000.
This figure exceeds the 2019 Mustang Bullitt VIN 001 that sold for $300,000 Two years ago. Though it’s nowhere near as accomplished by the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 with $1.1 million raised.
Either way, the real winner is JDRF, better known as Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, organization that will receive the money for diabetes research and advocacy.
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At Ownership, purchase Ford’s latest pony car featuring its all-new design, as well as its fourth-generation 5.0-liter V8 engine that can be paired with either a 10-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual.
This block can reach 480hp Y 415 ib-ft of torque, but throw in the active performance exhaust and power goes up to 486hp Y 418 pound-feet.
It is worth mentioning that this 2024 Mustang GT offers a performance package that stands out for a suspension bar, a limited slip differential, Brembo brakes and an auxiliary engine oil cooler.
Inside, the muscle car gets a high-tech makeover thanks to its 12.4” digital instrument cluster and 13.2” infotainment system. In addition, they are united by an improved interior with higher quality materials and a minimalist switch.
Ford hasn’t provided pricing information for the 2024 Mustang, but it will hit dealerships this summer.
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