S550 is the designation used for a Ford Motor vehicle architecture designed to underpin front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports cars. This platform is currently in production for vehicles sold under the Ford nameplate worldwide. Here are the Ford vehicles currently sold in the U.S. and Canada that ride on the Ford S550 platform.
|Type||Unibody welded steel|
|Supported Vehicle Type||Car|
|Suspension Type (front)||MacPherson strut|
|Suspension Type (rear)||Independent Multi-Link|
|Engine||Aspiration||Horsepower @ RPM||Torque (lb-ft) @ RPM||Transmission||Vehicle Applications|
|2.3L EcoBoost I4||Turbo||310 @ 5,500 rpm||350 @ 3,000 rpm||Ten-speed automatic / Six-speed manual||Ford Mustang EcoBoost|
|5.0L Ti-VCT Coyote V8||Atmospheric||460 @ 7,500 rpm / 480 @ 7,000 rpm||420 @ 4,600 rpm||Ten-speed automatic / Six-speed manual||Ford Mustang GT / Ford Mustang Bullitt|
|5.2L Ti-VCT Voodoo V8||Atmospheric||526 @ 7,500 rpm||429 @ 4,750 rpm||Six-speed manual||Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 / GT350R|
|5.2L Ti-VCT Predator V8||Supercharged||760 @ TBA||625 @ TBA||Seven-speed dual-clutch automatic||Ford Mustang Shelby GT500|
Rumor has it that Ford is preparing an all-new Mustang for the 2021 model-year which will shift to Ford’s modular CD6 platform shared with the 2020 Ford Explorer and 2020 Lincoln Aviator. An electrified variant is in the works, as well as a Mustang-derived SUV.
All variants of the current-generation Ford Mustang are currently available for order. The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will be available by the fourth quarter of 2019.
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