2019 Ford Mustang GT California Special

Mar 23, 2018

Category: Rides

A lot of the time, when car brand’s release special edition vehicles, we could take them or leave them – especially when they’re only cosmetically different from the standard version. Ford’s beautiful and technologically advanced Mustang GT California Special, however, is another story entirely.

A stylistic throwback to the original 1968 release of this on-again off-again limited run pony car, this 460-horsepower GT is something we could certainly imagine ourselves in cruising down Pacific Coast Highway. That’s bolstered by the fact that it’s got some very tempting upgrades – including rev-matching tech in the 5.0-liter 6-speed engine that makes the drive smooth as silk. It’s also the first Mustang equipped with a 1,000-watt Bang & Olufsen sound system and comes in your choice of three different vintage-inspired colors (including the famous Bullitt Highland Green). This slick special edition muscle car will be available sometime this summer.

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