Ford Authority was the first to report that the 2022 Ford Mustang would receive the all-new Coastal Limited Edition option package back in October. The package is one of four new or revised offerings for the 2022 model year, the other three being the Ice White Edition Appearance Package, the Stealth Edition Appearance Package, and the California Special package. All four packages are among the many updates for the 2022 Mustang, which includes a 10-horsepower drop for the GT and Mach 1 trims, due to tightening emissions regulations. Now, Ford Motor Company has officially revealed the Coastal Limited Edition, and the all-new equipment suite not only comes in at a reasonable price, but can also be paired with a very exclusive color.
Available on the 2022 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium convertible and fastback, the Coastal Limited Edition brings with it a set of 19-inch machined-face aluminum wheels dressed in Tarnished Dark, plus a matching black grille. The package can be paired with three colors: Rapid Red, Cyber Orange, and Brittany Blue. All models receive unique vinyl stripes that begin at the hood and continue along the beltline before stopping at the rear quarter panels. Signature Mustang rear-fender side scoops, a pedestal rear spoiler, Coastal Limited badging on the instrument panel, and a lighted sill plate are the other enhancements Ford has deemed fit for every model outfitted with the package.
The Blue Oval has priced the Coastal Limited Edition at $1,995. This is on top of the base MSRP of $32,225 for the 2022 Mustang EcoBoost Premium, minus the $1,195 destination fee. The package can be ordered right now, and is scheduled to arrive at dealers in the spring of 2022.
The 2022 Ford Mustang Coastal Limited Edition debuted alongside the 2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Heritage Edition, which itself is an all-new package. Interestingly enough, the GT500 Heritage Edition and Coastal Limited Edition are the only models in the newly refashioned lineup that will offer the Brittany Blue color in any capacity, a fact that will no doubt make them easy to spot when they hit the streets next year.