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2022 Ford Mustang GT With Ice White Appearance Package: Live Gallery

As Ford Authority reported back in August, the 2022 Ford Mustang and Ford Mustang Mach-E are available with the new Ice White Appearance Package, which gives buyers the chance to purchase a new pony car with a white exterior and white interior for the first time in 28 years. Recently, Ford Authority was able to get an up-close look at a 2022 Ford Mustang GT equipped with the Ice White Appearance Package at Ford’s official display at the 2021 SEMA Show.

Available on 2022 Ford Mustang GT Premium models, the Ice White Appearance Package is not the first time a white-on-white color combo has been available on the iconic pony car, as the all-white treatment was previously seen on the 1993 Triple White Fox Body Mustang, a model limited to just 1,500 examples that also sported a white convertible top. That limited-edition model has since become a highly sought-after and valuable collector’s item.

The 2022 Ford Mustang GT Ice White Appearance Package recaptures some of that magic on the outside thanks to Oxford White paint, iced-out taillamps, heritage-inspired Oxford White 19×9-inch wheels with machine-surfaced pockets, and Oxford White pony badges and fender badging.

Inside, the Mustang Ice White Appearance Package features Oxford White leather seat inserts and leather door panels, an aluminum appliqué on the dash, and white accent stitching on the door panels, center console, shifter boot, and headrests.

In addition to this new appearance package, the 2022 Mustang will also receive a few additional updates for the new model year. The GT and Mach 1’s 5.0L Coyote V8 will lose 10 horsepower, as Ford Authority was the first to report. A new Stealth Edition Appearance Package and Coastal Limited Package will join the lineup for 2022, along with a revised California Special package. Finally, the 2022 Mustang is losing its Carbon Sport Interior Package, too.

Order banks for the 2022 Mustang Ice White Appearance Package are already open, and the new model is slated to launch in early 2022.

We’ll have more on the Mustang soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news, Mustang Mach-E news, and non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Jeff Hankins

    Let’s hear about that OBS next to the Mustang!

  2. Ford Guy

    Wish they would stop calling that electrified Escape a Mustang…its a disgrace.


      I totally agree with you. Car companies are pushing EV’s down our throats purely for profit, plus Ev’s are expensive to repair and charging takes hours.

  3. Allen H

    Ev charging uses oil, coal or natural gas too!!. The Ev thing is pure profit driven $$$$, not climate oriented at ALL. Let’s put it this way, before any Ev hits the dealer showroom, it has produced as much C02 as 5 1980 city buses over 5 years or 60k miles or, 25 economy cars over 4 years and 72k miles. Think about that. Let it sink in. And they’re not recyclable plus the toxic battery chemicals are not disposed of in a safe and clean manner. Hybrids are farrr better, cleaner and safe for all, especially the enviro and, and, cleaner safer energy such as nuclear or hydro both can be made much more easily and are safer, and use 75% less oil, coal, and/or natural gas in the production of those parts. And the so called “renewables” evolution was a total flop. It’s simply big tech and corporations that caused the pollution and divide in the world pulling “smoke and mirrors” to be the solution to the problems they created. Not!.. u til we as a people start putting some of these major companies and big tech out of business, the world and humanity will not be safe from hell, especially the companies going woke for lies. Go woke, go broke.

  4. Ricky

    I love white but prefer a red leather interior. Put some red stripes down the side and call it the Lip-Stick Edition as we had on the Lincolns back in the day. We sold a bunch of them, if you remember you could get an all-red coupe with a white interior and a white with white interior. I sold several couples two per family, His and Hers.


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