Ford has revealed a California Special package for its 2024 Ford Mustang GT – but it surely’s not available for Australia.
Ford Australia told CarExpert there are currently no plans to bring the California Special package to Australia.
The model takes cues from the unique 1968 California Special, including its distinctive blue highlights.
Customers in america who option their Mustang with the package will receive cosmetic changes including unique wheels, blue nostril intake surrounds, and side body graphics.
The edges of the vehicle feature a Rave Blue and gloss black graphic with the letters “GT/CS”. Also on the side are 19-inch wheels with a GT/CS pad-printed logo finished with the blue highlights.
Customers who option the Performance Pack with the California Special get machined face wheels with Rave Blue pockets, a Performance Pack badge, and GT/CS badging on the grille finished in Rave Blue.
An inventory of Rave Blue accents are throughout the automotive including on the wheels, badges, interior stitching, and door inserts.
Customers purchasing the special package will receive the 5.0-litre engine badge, front fender and GT badge with black centres outlined within the Rave Blue hue.
A brand new design element unique to the California Special is its vertical-slat grille which is finished in a gloss black with Rave Blue nostril intakes, while the headlights feature black bezels.
Inside, Ford has wrapped the seats with perforated Navy Pier upholstery and Ebony Black leather. The twin-stripe stitching on the seats, steering wheel and centre console are finished in a Raptor Blue and Metal Grey color.
Also included in the inside is California Special badging.
The package adds US$1995 (A$3100) to the associated fee of the Mustang GT Premium and is accessible in each coupe and convertible body styles with the choice of either a six-speed manual gearbox or a 10-speed automatic transmission.
It can debut publicly on November 16 on the Los Angeles Auto Show. Orders are open and deliveries are expected in early 2024.
This Article First Appeared At www.carexpert.com.au