The effortlessly-cool Bullitt Mustang isn't the only special-edition pony auto being unleashed by Ford Motor Company for 2019; today, the automaker announced that the Ford Mustang GT California Special is coming back, reviving a nameplate that's excited collectors and Mustang die-hards for fifty years. Those cars looked especially trick with the blacked-out grille and side stripe the modern auto honours complemented by fog lamps, a Shelby-styled side scoop and spoiler, and custom taillights.
The original California Special is said to have roots in the original Mustang owners clubs and personalized orders from regional dealers.
Most notably, perhaps, is the Cali Special's fading side stripe that flows from the "5.0" badge and into the side scoop. Designers also created unique five-spoke painted machined wheels for the package.
Advanced rev-matching helps smooth out shifts by predicting shifts and then quickly matching engine rpm - similar to the heel-and-toe methods the pros use. Buyers will have the choice to add a new 1,000 watt, 12-speaker B&O system to the Mustang.
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It also comes with options available on standard Mustang models, including a quiet start mode and customizable digital instrument cluster.
Now, this Ford-patented fully variable active valve performance exhaust brings an aggressive snarl to 2019 Mustang EcoBoost models.
Mustang enthusiasts now have more opportunity to personalize their vehicle than ever before, with exciting new vintage-inspired colors including Velocity Blue, Need for Green and the iconic Bullitt model's exclusive Dark Highland Green.
The first 2019 Mustangs will begin arriving in showrooms this summer.