Innovation never stops at Ford. Their Coyote 5-liter V8 offers incredible low end torque along with high-rpm exhilaration. With such a powerhouse under the hood, it was only a matter of time before they turned their attention to the chassis and aerodynamics. That is why the 2021 Mustang Mach 1 combines historical influences with Shelby hardware.

With 480 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque, a new Tremec six-speed manual is the first Mustang to offer active rev-matching. The dual-disk clutch easily grabs the flywheel since the computer matches RPM to the input shaft. A 10-speed automatic with two oil coolers is optional, but it can't be had with the Handling Package.

Buyers who select this option will receive more aggressive spoilers, fender flares, and a Gurney Flap for 150% more downforce. Also included are Tarnished Dark aluminum wheels measuring 19"x 10.5" front and 19" x 11" rear offer incredible grip in any situation. They are the basis for an all-new EPAS calibration, bespoke MagneRide shock tuning, and solid sway bars.

Other standard equipment includes separate cooling circuits for engine oil, transmission fluid, and the differential. For the first time on a Mustang, a full-length belly pan forces high-pressure tubeulance against the brake rotors, keeping them cool while the car is glued to the road. Our Ford Dealers have all the details, so click the link below to learn more and stay with us for all your Mustang news.