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Configurator For Ford Models Go Live Today… Check Them Out!

February 12, 2021


Therein Ford and their updated line of cars, lies a secret much too beloved for the public to understand. The line of vehicles for Ford includes the updated 2021 Mustang, the Shelby GT500, and also the Mach 1. But in the interim, there is also an online configurator. In which you can customize your choices with the GT500 and a new carbon-fiber handling package. That or the new Mach 1, which is able to standardize driving with a manual transmission. Additionally a 480-hp 5.0-liter V-8 engine.

Their online configurator is surely something to check out, if you ever have the time to lose interest in everything else except for designing your own car. By make and model, it is a rather interesting pursuit, this configurator.

To be specific, it gets ultra-real super fast.

But how well can you do the Configurator tango?!

The carbon-fiber handling packages is no joke. As the GT500 does include 20-inch painted carbon-fiber wheels. Additionally, it contains strut top mounts, with an oil catch can, splitter wickers and a Gurney flap. On top of that, the 2021 GT500 among other Mustangs arrives in three new colors that you might really enjoy: Grabber Yellow, Antimatter Blue, and Carbonized Gray Metallic. The Mach 1 is readily available in an exclusive Fighter Jet Gray.

The Mach 1 comes with a manual transmission as standard but can come with a 10-speed automatic transmission as well as a $3500 handling package. The Mach 1 starts at $52,915, while the high-performance GT500, which maintains its 760-hp supercharged 5.2-liter V-8, starts at $74,095.

And you wonder from looking at these models you can so easily customize if there’s anything to be said about their longevity. How much longer past 100,000 miles can they last? Are they fast? From the future or the past? Nothing outlasts a Ford. Except for fjords. And water. Customize your Fords today and maybe share them with us?!

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