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Old 12-02-2014, 10:49 PM   #1
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2015 GT350 pricing leaked

Ford will ‘start’ the new Shelby GT350 at $52,995, according to Ford sources at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Official pricing is yet to be announced, but we have also learned that you can expect to fork out another $2,995 for the ‘Tech’ package.

Furthermore, we were also told that it is likely we will see a ‘track’ package for this base GT350, to fill the gap between the upcoming GT350R – yes, a GT350R, which will be a more thoroughbred track star with better brakes, stickier tires and aerodynamic ‘tweaks’. This does not come as a huge surprise, considering it is no secret Ford has been testing multiple high performance Mustangs at the Nurburgring.

We expect to see the new GT350R in January at the Detroit Auto Show, just weeks away. Stay tuned.

Ford will price 2016 GT350 at $52,995, GT350R Model on way - HorsepowerKings.com

this one too..

http://www.autoevolution.com/news/20...ine-89526.html

So, according to these, there will be three models of the GT350, a base model, a track package one and finally the GT350R.

I guess I am not sure where this track pack GT350 fits in..

Also, $53,000 is a bit close to a C7 Vette in price, just $1,000 more for the Vette.

Then the GT350R will likely be priced closely to the Z/28 in the $70,000 - $75,000 range. However, the current Z/28 will be long gone with the next gen possibly being available but also the C7 Z06 starts at $78,XXX and will in all likelihood destroy the GT350R in any measurable performance category.


Also, Ford is supposedly bringing back the Ford GT supercar for 2016, also supposedly building a racecar to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the GT40.
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Seems like it resembles a bit of the Boss, how there was the normal version and then the Laguna Seca version which was the top model. The 350R will most likely be what the Laguna Seca was, where the tack pack version may be some sort of middle ground.

I'm interested to see how it stacks up against the Z28 and the C7 and C7Z. I have a feeling the C7Z may edge out the 350R. But the Z28 should be a good comparison. As much fun as it is to compare the cars and judge which one will win at least give it the fact the car hasn't even been released and we as consumers are still in the early stages of really knowing what the car has in it.

Only time will tell when people start to get their hands on the cars, because we know for sure those comparisons we are talking about are going to be some of the very first comparisons from any type of car magazine and such.
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Holy crap! Those prices sure are getting up there! If I was gonna drop 75k I'd rather build my own. Something like a 68 fastback body grafted onto a 15gt.
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Honestly at that price level i'd just spend an extra 10k and get a Viper.
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That is really getting up there in price. Not too bad, and while expensive, it will hold its value more than a stock C7, which is good.

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Look at the price of some of the Classic Mustangs. With a complete rebuild, they are over $150k. These cars are for dedicated owners, or fools with money.
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