The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD charged onto the pony car scene just last week with 800 horsepower ready to roll as the ultimate roadgoing Mustang. However, the press photos only showed off a single hue, most likely due to the fact that the company will let owners order the vehicle with their paint of choice, whether or not the company offers it. As such, Ford Authority decided to render what the high-performance muscle car would look like in a variety of different colors, some of which are colors typically associated with the pony car.
You might recognize Grabber Blue and Grabber Green, which have been featured on the pony car on and off throughout its lifespan. Highland Green was made famous by the Bullitt Mustang, while Mystichrome was featured the fourth-gen Mustang in a very limited capacity, but we think it suits the Ford Mustang GTD quite well. Unfortunately, out of these colors, Grabber Blue is the only one featured in the 2024 Ford Mustang lineup.
Other colors are Blue Oval mainstays, like Whimbledon White, which has been used on the Ford GT. To make things more interesting, we even slapped the new Terrain color on the high-performance muscle car, just to see what it would look like on something other than a pickup.
As a reminder, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD is a limited edition high-performance car that’s completely street legal. In fact, it’s likely the fastest road-going Mustang in history, with a targeted Nürburgring time of under seven minutes. Carbon fiber parts have been liberally applied to the GTD, such as the the fenders, hood, trunk lid, door sills, front splitter, rear diffuser and roof.
Under the hood, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD harnesses a supercharged 5.2L V8 engine with dual air inlets, with a target output of over 800 horsepower paired with an eight-speed dual clutch transaxle. As for customization, aside from the exterior hue, customers will be able to select bespoke interior
Just 2,000 units of the high-performance pony car are currently slated for production, and prospective owners will have to go through an application process in order to secure the Mustang GTD for themselves, which is similar to how the company sold the Ford GT. With a starting price tag of around $300,000, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD will also be the most expensive in pony car history.