2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Starts At $47,870

A Ford dealer apparently just emailed the full pricing list on the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R to fine folks at Mustang6G.com, which Ford has confirmed to us as accurate. The meanest Mustang yet is even cheaper than we thought it’d be – and the GT350R will only be a bit more than that.

In fact, it’ll only be $13,500 more, for a total price of $61,370, giving you access to a flat-plane crankshaft V8 and carbon fiber wheels.


The Mustang6G forum got this posted first, courtesy of user Satan. We showed Ford, who told us “while we have not officially announced pricing, what you’re reading is accurate.” Thanks Satan! And Ford, for giving the world an amazing machine for (relatively) short money.

Here’s the base and option pricing list for the Shelby GT350:

The Mustang6G folks tell us “Package Code 900A/920A” is the GT305R configuration, which turns the new Mustang into what Ford calls; “a no-compromise car in the pursuit of maximum track capability.” That means upgraded suspension and “the most powerful naturally-aspirated engine Ford has ever produced” along with a whole lotta carbon fiber.

Here’s Canadian pricing, as contributed by Ven0r:


In other news, this is the first time any of us here at Jalopnik have seen the GT350 referred to as a Cobra. Other than the big snake-badge on the grille, of course.

So who wants to camp out at a Ford store to get a piece of this?


Hat tip to Mustang6G forum, especially Satan, Ven0r, and everyone else who contributed to the pricing thread!

Contact the author at andrew@jalopnik.com.

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