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2024 Ford Mustang GT In Oxford White: Real World Photos

In the months that have passed since its official debut back in September, Ford Authority has spotted a number of 2024 Ford Mustang GT and EcoBoost models out driving around. That list includes an Oxford White GT coupe equipped with the brand new Bronze Design Series Appearance Package, which was spotted driving around back in early December. Now, Ford Authority has spotted yet another 2024 Ford Mustang GT finished in Oxford White with the Bronze package, albeit with the optional active exhaust this time around, too.

Along with the classic Oxford White hue present on this 2024 Ford Mustang GT, customers can choose from 11 different exterior colors, including two news one – Vapor Blue and Yellow Splash. Additionally, the redesigned pony car is available with a variety of new stripe colors and designs, as well as wheel options ranging from 17 inches to 20 inches in diameter and three different brake caliper color choices – black, red, and Grabber Blue.

On the outside, the S650 Mustang retains the same basic profile as the current, S550-gen pony car, but the 2024 Ford Mustang GT and EcoBoost represent more than a simple refresh, with both sporting distinctive styling that makes each easy to distinguish from the other. For example, the 2024 Ford Mustang GT is equipped with larger, more aggressive grille openings that are engineered to increase airflow, as well as new hood vents and a redesigned front splitter. The Bronze Design Series Appearance Package, as seen here, also adds Sinister Bronze alloy wheels with bronze badges and is available on both EcoBoost and GT models, with or without the optional Performance Pack.

Numerous changes have also taken place inside the cabin, where the next-generation Mustang has received a comprehensive makeover that gives it a fighter jet-inspired cockpit sporting a flat-bottom steering wheel, a 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster, and a new 13.2-inch infotainment screen running Sync 4.

Under the hood, base 2024 Ford Mustang models are equipped with a brand new version of the twin-turbocharged Ford 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost engine, which is rated to produce 315 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. However, unlike the S550-gen Mustang, the EcoBoost can only be paired with the 10-speed automatic transmission – not the six-speed manual, which is still available in the V8-powered GT. As for that model, it cranks out 480 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque or 486 horsepower and 418 pound-feet with the optional active exhaust as is the case with this particular example, while the range-topping Dark Horse makes 500 horsepower and 418 pound-feet of torque.

The all-new, redesigned 2024 Ford Mustang will continue to be produced at the Flat Rock Assembly plant in Michigan and is currently scheduled to launch in the U.S. this summer, followed by Europe later in the year.

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

    They’ve reached the limit with design of this car if seems, . The front looks terrible It’s too high too wide open too “thick” and the rear end well it just doesn’t match the front…. look at a GT 350 and go from there. They went backwards a few years.

  2. hot toddy

    gonna wait until I see it in person and hope it doesn’t look like a Kia Stinger from the rear

  3. Jim Elsasser

    I’ll take it a step further. The styling sucks. Boring and mundane. Ive driven nothing but Mustangs for 50 years. Every generation. I traded in my 2020 GT for a new Bronco. If I were in the marmet for another pony car, I would seriously consider a Challenger.

    1. Mackie

      Seems a bit odd since the Challenger looks mostly unchanged since it was reintroduced in 2008.

      1. Jim Elsasser

        Not odd. I like retro. I loved the S197 Mustang (2005-2014). In fact I owned a 05,06 and 14. Those were Mustangs, not japanese looking cookie cutters. If Ford went back to the 1966 styling, Ford couldnt keep up with orders.

        1. Mackie

          Odd since many consider retro styling boring and unimaginative, not to mention buying 3 S197s. Given the interior electronics updates along with the new exterior, this car is clearly aimed at a younger demographic.

  4. billc

    A white Mustang??? That’s genius, who at Ford had the insight to come up with this color?
    Just when I thought I’d seen everything Ford blew my mind.

    1. ArtG

      The genius that knows that white is the 4th most popular color in Mustang history. One, two, and three are: red, blue and silver/gray respectively.

  5. Steve

    Australia wants EcoBoost Convertible. And I’ve owned 11 S550 G.T’s.

  6. Jon Archer

    Big mistake with rotary shifter. If offering auto gear select transmissions, marry with high performance paddle shifters. Better to have hand(s) on wheel when doing track work and especially if on street/road/highway.

  7. Tom

    Honestly, it is too ugly. I will keep my current 2023 Mustang.


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