- First 200 MPH Mustang
- 0-60 MPH in Four Seconds, All in First Gear
- Numbers Matching Example
- One of 491 Deep Impact Blue Coupes for 2014
When the 5.8L Supercharged GT500 was announced at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, it became the first production Mustang to reach 200 MPH. Power output was rated at 662 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque, and it was the most powerful V8 Ford had made to date, even more than the supercharged mid-engined Ford GT. For 2013 and 2014, Ford upgraded the intercooler and the car's supercharger, upping the boost from 9 PSI to 14 PSI. Changes to the heads, camshafts, and injectors further helped power, which increased by 100 horsepower and 90 lb-ft over the previous 2012 GT500.
We added this Deep Impact Blue with White Stripe 2014 example, with less than 25 original miles. It is one of 491 coupes in this exterior, with Ford building 5,730 coupes and convertibles in nine colors for 2014. All cars would have a six-speed manual transmission and a 3.31 final drive ratio. 0-60 MPH happens all in first gear and takes less than four seconds, and Ford claimed a top speed of 202 MPH.