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Dealers Will Get $15K For Every 2025 Ford Mustang GTD Sale

The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD debuted back in August 2023 as the most hardcore pony car ever conceived, a machine that is quite literally a race car for the street – as well as one that, in many ways, is more serious than its track-only counterpart, the GT3. Thus far, The Blue Oval has faced tremendous demand for the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD, which may prompt it to extend the planned 2,000-unit production run of that ultimate model, as Ford Authority reported last October. As Ford Authority exclusively reported last month, applications for the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD are slated to open up in Q2, and when they do, it seems as if dealers can make a tidy bonus for selling them as well, according to a bulletin recently seen by CarsDirect.

2025 Ford Mustang GTD side view

Interestingly, Ford has done away with invoice pricing for the Mustang GTD, and will instead invoice the new pony car at MSRP. This means that dealers “will receive a flat payment of $15,000 upon successful delivery,” according to the memo, which could be a way to deter markups on the $300k machine. Regardless, dealers are still free to set their own prices, which means that markups are still likely to happen.

Regardless, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD will also come with a special concierge service that’s designed to “create a convenient, seamless, and customized experience for both customers and dealerships,” according to the memo, which “is in place to assist the dealer in providing the specialized attention that customers expect.”

This makes sense given the GTD’s sky-high price tag, coupled with the fact that it’s slated to become the fastest road-going pony car ever built. 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 2025 Ford Mustang GTD soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest 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. Jeff G

    I figured Ford would do something similar like the payment dealers received for a GT delivery (that was $20k flat). In regards to markups, it pretty much won’t happen. There were no mark-ups on the GT (as far as I heard and I sold Fords for many years) as the car allocation itself belonged to a customer, NOT the dealer. So once the customer chose a dealer to do the delivery, If a dealer decides to mark it up, the customer can just move the delivery to a different dealer who won’t mark it up.

    I feel it will be the same with this. The car will be delivered wherever the customer wants it, and the dealer probably won’t even see it, so making a quick $15k for paperwork is worth not trying to be greedy.

  2. ThomastheTomas

    Looks a little overdone and not quite classy looking like a Porsche 911 GT3.

  3. Derwin

    I love mustangs but for the price I’d rather get a gt500 carbon fiber track pack and put the other 180-200k to get another car.


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