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2025 Ford Mustang GTD Testing With New Camo: Exclusive

The all-new 2025 Ford Mustang GTD debuted back in August 2023, and immediately sent shockwaves through the entire automotive industry. However, that’s not terribly surprising given the fact that it’s expected to be the fastest road-going pony car in history, a machine that’s quite literally a race car for the street – as well as one that, in many ways, is even more serious than its racing counterpart, the Mustang GT3. Though the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD hasn’t launched just yet, one example has already been spotted in the wild wearing black paint, and now, Ford Authority has come across another wearing brand new camouflage, too.

It’s unclear why this 2025 Ford Mustang GTD is wearing such wild camo, nor what it means, exactly, but it’s certainly unique, if nothing else. Regardless, there isn’t enough camo on the planet to conceal the fact that we’re looking at a GTD – not with its wild front fascia, massive rear wind, and bulging, vented fenders covering a huge set of rolling stock, at least.

In any event, reservations for the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD just opened up to the public earlier this month, though only a lucky few will be selected for the opportunity to purchase one. Currently, The Blue Oval plans on producing around 2,000 units – though that may be extended, as Ford Authority exclusively reported last October. Those looking to purchase a GTD will be required to put down a hefty deposit, however, and dealers will receive $15,000 for each one they sell, too.

Those lucky few buyers likely won’t be disappointed with their $300k+ purchase, as Ford plans to lap the legendary Nürburgring in less than seven minutes with the new GTD, a goal that seems achievable given its extensive use of carbon fiber and aero tricks, coupled with the 800 horsepower output from its special supercharged 5.2L V8, a near 50:50 weight distribution, and a host of suspension upgrades including a short-long arm front setup, an integral link pushrod and rocker arm rear suspension, and inboard Adaptive Spool Valve shock absorbers and coil springs.

We’ll have more on the Mustang GTD soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and around-the-clock 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. Ford Owner

    This is the first Ford Mustang that costs more than a Chevy Corvette Stingray!

  2. Shelbykl

    Yeah more than Double the Corvette

  3. David Butler

    One question I have is what is the warranty on the GTD, and will the average dealership service department be able to service/work on the most advanced Ford ever built?

    1. truth speaker

      If a dealer is certified to service a FGT they will likely be able to service a GTD. Yes it’s a lot more than a vette but its a lot more exclusive, you won’t see rows and rows of these at every local C&C.

  4. Rick_816

    I can’t imagine spending $300K on a tricked out Mustang. I’m sure you’ll be able to buy either a Corvette ZR1 or Zora for less than that, and either will likely outperform the Mustang GTD.


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