The 2019 Shelby Mustang GT packs some insane power.The 2019 Shelby Mustang GT is not really out of this world but it has lots of glam and a twitched up powertrain. Still carrying the normal Shelby 5.0-liter V8 engine this ride has something unique hide seeing that it produces 480 horsepower, according to Autoblog. This is almost 20 times more juice than the Mustang GT, but equal to the new Ford Bullit. This pony also comes packed up with standard Shelby GT antiroll bars, caster and camber adjustable plates, and original Ford performance springs. The exterior of the car makes it look aggressive with fitted side skirts, taillight panel, new front and rear bumpers, and a spoiler. Ford has still maintained the stripes. With a few upgrades, you can get badges and fancy custom mats.
This car also comes with an extensive array of choices and options added to the standard basic Shelby. The “H” is the GT-H package many assumed it meant “Hertz”, but it stands for “Heritage”. With the addition of gold stripes—which were a nod to the historic rental Shelby GT350—they can only be added on the GT-H with the black or white paint. With the incorporation of the Ford Performance shocks, this puts the car under the premium package option. If you would like a much more heavy duty package with a few bucks, you can get a nice upgraded radiator, half axle shafts, and beautiful wheel studs not forgetting an amazing supercharger Ford Performance kit.Prices of the different upgraded options have not yet been announced to the public. However, the base price for a Shelby GT with no upgrades is set at just $61, 345, a Shelby GT-H is set at $66, 345. These set prices are for the basic manual transmission coupe. With all this in mind, don't forget the Ford Bullit which has almost the same specs as the GT-H goes for $ 47, 495 which is almost $16, 000 cheaper than the GT-H.
If you prefer the GT-H over the Bullit, it is safe to say you got a thing for vintage upgrades which is awesome. Your money will be well spent.