Mustang GT 2025: Changes, Price, and Pictures. It’s only natural that people are curious about the impending 2025 Mustang GT price, as it’s one of the most iconic muscle nameplates in the world (and in the business). With the modernisation and potential electrification, it’s probable that the muscle ride will be more expensive. So, we’ll talk more about the 2025 model changes, as well as the projected trim levels and pricing ranges.
Performance and Powertrain
The new Mustang will be powered by an EcoBoost four-cylinder turbocharged engine with a 2.3-liter capacity that produces 315 horsepower and 350 Newton-meters of torque. The new Mustang gains 5 horsepower above the previous model. It lags behind the previous generation of EcoBoost Performance, which produces 330 horsepower.
Each Mustang EcoBoost is partnered with an automatic 10-speed transmission, but only the GT (which is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine) comes standard with a manual 6-speed transmission. The previous generation Coyote with V8 engine produced 450 hp and 420 Nm of torque, however new engine produces 480 hp and 415 Nm of torque. According to Ford, the optional (performance) output would be increased to 486 horsepower and 481 Newton-meters of torque.
Furthermore, the Dark Horse, which is built for the track with performance influence from the GT, will be powered by a V8 unit with a capacity of 5.0 litres and capable of producing 500 horsepower. It would be combined with either an automatic 10-speed powertrain or a manual 6-speed transmission. According to the firm, this engine is inspired by the Shelby GT500’s 760 horsepower and has a stronger intake system.
Price and Trim Levels
Along with the 2025 Mustang GT price, various trim levels would be available for the new Mustang 2025. The EcoBoost is the most basic, with a ‘lowest’ price range of $30,000. The EcoBoost Premium, which costs $35,000, is the second option. Following that would be the Gt, which would cost $40,000. The GT Premium, which costs $45,000, is the next in line. The final and most expensive trim level is the Dark Horse, which costs a whopping $58,000.
The EcoBoost base model would have a four-cylinder turbocharged engine, while the GT would have a V8. There are no specifics on each trim, so we’ll have to wait for more information. Although the turbocharged and V8 engines have the same performance, the V8 is slightly more enjoyable. Not only will it be able to produce a punchier performance, but the growl will also be more pleasing. And if you’re searching for a manual transmission, this is the only unit with one.
The Revised Strategy
Ford intends to release the seventh generation of its Mustang exciting vehicle. They intend to keep the recognisable design and aesthetic while refreshing and upgrading the overall style. They intend to keep the same design while focusing on the new inside, working on the two powertrains (an better version), and updating the chassis hardware. They are working particularly hard to focus on development because the future does not appear to be promising for them or their opponents, the Dodge Challenger and Chevrolet Camaro.
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The EPA has not revealed anything about the 2025 fuel economy, but for comparison, the most recent Mustang model gets 21 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway, with a four-cylinder turbo unit and an automatic 10-speed transmission. However, the V8 gets 15 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the interstate. If all goes as planned, the new Mustang will be available in the summer of 2023. We simply need to wait for the formal launch now that we know the price of the 2025 Mustang GT and the likely launch date.