Mine did that a few times when brand new & completely stock. Ford told me it was an Advancetrac wheel speed issue. Undetected wheel spin on gravel or similar, causes this all the time according to Ford. Other possibilities include, a faulty wheel speed sensor, bad connection or electrical issue related to the wheel speed sensor.Bear in mind, I have a GT500 TB and Roush blower here so, parts are stock, at least for something, if not a 2014 GT.
They found no issues with mine, and said that if I turn-off Advancetrac each time after starting, it won’t reoccur. They were correct. It never happened again, once I started doing that.
Also, having a supercharger installed, increases the chances this will happen, unless you seriously featherfoot it. If this was the only time for you, I’d start driving with Advancetrac deactivated, and see if it goes away. If not, then you probably have an issue to address. If this cures it, it was a fluke that may, or may not, happen again based on road / driving conditions.