Last year, Ford launched a new version of its existing ad campaign dubbed “Built Ford Proud,” and this time around, it enlisted a trio of notable people to star in those advertisements – one of whom is Emmy Award-nominated actress and Ford Bronco Heritage Limited owner Sydney Sweeney. That particular partnership soon grew to include a full clothing line called Ford x Sydney Sweeney, which promptly sold out after just 31 hours, and Sweeney also recently helped Ford kick off its decision to open the Bronco Off-Roadeo to everyone by participating in the experience herself. Now, this budding partnership continues with a brand new, custom 2024 Ford Mustang GT designed in conjunction with Sweeney, too.
This unique 2024 Ford Mustang GT is the product of that partnership, as both Sweeney and Ford teamed up to design a modern interpretation of her dream vehicle – the 1965 Mustang in her own garage nicknamed “Brittany” However, the good news for fans is that while Sweeney is keeping one copy of this custom build for herself, another identical model will be given away to a lucky fan.
This 2024 Ford Mustang GT is finished in Robin’s Egg Blue paint – similar to Sweeney’s Brittany Blue first-gen pony car – and also features a crushed glass clear coat, 20-inch chrome wheels, and other custom touches such as Sweeney’s signature on the engine cover, the Ford x Sydney Sweeney heart bolt emblem on the exterior side, sill plate design, dashboard, and leather seats, plus color-changing LED stars on the headliner. Overall, the concept is to celebrate those that defy stereotypes to pursue their passions. The contest begins today and is scheduled to end at 11:59pm ET on February 7th, and participants can enter to win by sharing their stories on the Ford Instagram or TikTok channels.
“It’s heartening to see Ford celebrate individuals who are pushing past stereotypes to do what they love,” Sweeney said. “That’s why I was so excited to work with Ford on designing my dream car, and I can’t wait to surprise someone special with a matching vehicle.”