It will. Given bigger tires, wheels, supercharger and all the ancillary coolers for it minus some additional use of carbon fiber and aluminum, I am guessing it will come in at between 4000 and 4100 lbs with 725 h/p. The ADMs will probably be between 12 and 20k making this car at least 25k more than I paid for mine. Supposed to be "available" in 2019, guessing it will be a 2020 model. Since my car is nor running more h/p and torque, and will hopefully shed the equivalent of approximately 140 lbs, think I will stand pat.I'm hoping it will have a conventional cross plane crank, making our 350's unique.
I haven't heard about the FPC. Everything I've read so far pointing to the Cross plane being used on the Predator engine.Actually, I recently read in Motor Trend that the 500 will keep the FPC and just be a larger hp car...with few body changes etc. 4EVER, are you in Canada? Are they quoting prices? are they going sticker or add above ?
I looked at the Hennessy upgrade and while it is pretty costly it does provide crazy power and 2 year 24k warranty, though limited. I would rather have the factory car.
See here...https://www.motor1.com/news/182009/2019-ford-mustang-shelby-gt500-concept/I haven't heard about the FPC. Everything I've read so far pointing to the Cross plane being used on the Predator engine.
I don't either. I'm a naturally aspirated kinda gal and love my GT350.I don’t like forced induction. I bought our car for its raw balance of power without a blower or turbo. This is just a HP race for Ford Performance Vs who?
my sort answer about the GT500 is, so? Love mine.