Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 discontined after 2020
The Dearborn, MI brand is building a Heritage Edition for the final year
It still drives just like other GT350s
Ford officially announced that it is ending production of the Mustang Shelby GT350 after the conclusion of the 2020 model year vehicles. And that’s a shame because it is a fan favorite. 526 horsepower from a 5.2-liter V8 is already cool. The fact that it spins to 8,250 rpm and uses a flat-plane crankshaft made it a true marvel. And it’s much more than straight-line muscle. Ford built a real handler, more adept to a racetrack than any other Mustang trim.
In an attempt to exit gracefully, Ford put together a special styling package called the Heritage Edition. This package uses Wimbledon White paint to coat the body before two racing strips in Guardsman blue run the