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2024 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack: Live Photo Gallery

Following its debut back in September, Ford Authority has spotted a number of 2024 Ford Mustang models out and about, including a GT coupe, an EcoBoost base model, an EcoBoost convertible, the higher-performance Dark Horse, and an EcoBoost model equipped with the optional Performance Pack. Now, Ford Authority has obtained photos of a 2024 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack, too.

This 2024 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack is equipped with a host of upgrades when compared to the regular GT model – most notably, its 390-millimeter front and 355-millimeter rear Brembo brakes with red calipers, brake ducts, an auxiliary engine oil cooler, and wider, unique wheels and tires. The Performance Pack also adds a front tower brace and a Torsen limited-slip differential, while the MagneRide active suspension, active exhaust, and Recaro seats are available as optional upgrades.

As we can see from this model and the EcoBoost Performance Pack spotted earlier this week, it and the GT differ in terms of its exterior design, with the latter featuring larger, more aggressive grille openings that are engineered to increase airflow, as well as new hood vents and a redesigned front splitter. A grand total of 11 exterior color options are available, as well as new stripe colors and designs, and customers can choose from three Brembo brake caliper color options – black, red, and Grabber Blue, along with alloy wheels ranging in size from 17 inches to 20 inches. This particular example is finished in silver with stripes that span the top of the coupe, from front to back.

While the base models come equipped with a brand new version of the turbocharged Ford 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost powerplant, the S650 version isn’t available with a six-speed manual transmission, as that gearbox has been reserved for V8-powered models. Ford hasn’t yet released power figures for either new engine, but as Ford Authority exclusively reported earlier this week, the GT’s naturally-aspirated Ford 5.0L V8 Coyote will generate the same 450 horsepower as the current S550 model.

The all-new 2024 Ford Mustang is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2023, and will continue to be produced at the Flat Rock Assembly plant in Michigan.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Mustang soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and continuous 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. Mortimer Duke

    The key question is whether even Ford Performance will offer superchargers that are compatible with the next-generation Coyote’s locked-down ECU.

    It not, a 2023 GT Premium may be the best foundation for modification remaining.

    1. Lealand

      Ford is partnering with Whipple I believe for the 2024 car.

  2. Jim Elsasser

    Latest Mustang is BORING. Looks like it was designe by an English woman that has her tea and crumpets every afternoon at 2….thats right, it was. Get a man OR woman that has gasoline in their veins to design. Design is terrible.

    1. RWFA

      Sounds like the same critique and recommendation Homer Simson would make.

  3. Roger Blose

    Again, single exhaust outlets in back ….must be de-contenting 101 at Ford. And those PEP Boys stripes got to go please!

  4. Dennis

    Looking at the picture in another shade of boring “GRAY” makes me compare this to watching paint dry. Although the car looks O.K, it doesn’t have the “run out and buy me” appeal especially in this color or the new blue I’ve been seeing.
    After owning six Mustangs, Bullitt’s, Shelby’s, and a GT, I wonder where Ford is going with this car. What’s going on with 2023’s. I don’t see mention of this car. Will we just skip over the 2023’s??

    1. RWFA

      2023 MY? Where were you when they covered that in 2021? /s

    2. Brad Bates

      2023 M.Y. Is due to start production this week. I have my GT premium on order!

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  5. Jeff

    The more I see this car in photos, the more I really dislike its styling. I’ve owned 16 Mustangs over the years and this one completely turns me off. I could probably live with the rear end, but that face looked like it fell out of an ugly tree and hit every brand on the way down.
    So glad I purchased when I did and its paid for. The financing rates will just continue to go up as this recession progresses.

  6. rick gearsbeck

    how about maverick

  7. Jim

    Would like to see tremic and HP rods and crank for the “Street hobby Guys and Gals” ( cars and coffee folks like me.Good market segment where ford could have good profits. Dark horse is a nice track car but many would like the added engine strength for future Ford supercharger.

  8. Scorpionking0102

    Looks too much like a “Crumero”. Yes, I do know how to spell “Camaro.”
    Instead I may want to shop at “Bring a Trailer” for a well preserved 1969 Mach 1.

  9. deeson

    Should only be called a handling pack, no performance mods that I can see.


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