2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Design Concept
Ford Mustang Cobra Design Concept – Ford Motor Company is testing the next step in the performance of the 6th generation Mustang. This new model will fill the void left by the previous generation Shelby GT500 and can use the same name, or we call cobra. Although we also hear the resurrection of the name Mach 1 is possible.
It is scheduled for the 2020 model and is expected to produce output that will place it on an equal footing with the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, each producing 650 and 707 horsepower.
Ford is working on the new Shelby GT500! Maybe. Around the internet car and we’ve seen photos of the new Mustang spies and roar that are hotter and the name of Shelby GT500 is being brewed. Indeed, what we know for sure is that Ford is testing some prototype Mustang based on Shelby GT350.
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Engine
What’s hidden under the hood remains a mystery, but maybe it’s a twin-turbocharged version rumored to be from a 5.2 liter V-8 on the Shelby GT350 model. Our photographer claims that the engine sounds like a flat, flat-board V-8, but a sticker on the windshield shows that the turbocharger system has been installed.
Forced induction will not be a strange step because previously Shelby GT500 comes with V-8 supercharged. Supercharged V-8s also feature in the Chevy and Dodge rivals. We’ve also heard that the new Mustang mask dog will be equipped with a 10-speed automatic Ford developed with General Motors Company. -motorauthority.com
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Specs
Changes made to the car are highly camouflaged but we can see a more aggressive front than the one in the Shelby GT350R. Looks like there’s a bigger intake on the bumper and a nice power bulge on the hood of the car. The forearm seems a bit wider.
The prototype also sported a very large Michelin Pilot Sports Cup tire and features a fleshy Brembo with a drilled rotor. The back is in line with the design of the Shelby GT350R but larger wings are fitted with the trunk lid.
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Concept
The facelifted version was followed in 1969 with the same 428 cubic-inch engine, but production stopped in the summer of 1969 when Carroll Shelby terminated his deal with Ford. However, the unsold 1969 model was awarded the 1970 VIN award. In 1971, some of the latest GT500s were manufactured in Europe under license from Belgian Claude Dubois.
While the Mustang moved, no Shelby was made until the 2000s. GT500 is back for the model year 2007, four decades after its initial launch, this time based on the fifth-generation model. Now using the V4-5.4-liter, the Ford T500 produces 500 horsepower and has much-improved performance compared to the standard Mustang GT.
Production continues until 2009 and the GT500KR version is again offered, in addition to the Super Snake variant. The GT500 back in 2010 with the same supercharged 5.4 liter V-8, but the output increased to 540 horses. Powerplants were exchanged for a new aluminum unit in 2011 when performance increased to 550 horsepower.
As you would expect from the Mustang wearing the GT500 badge, Ford’s latest muscle car will be an aggressive version of the wiser GT350 styling. It’s not visible now because its prototypes are disguised to gear, but Ford will definitely launch a unique aero package. While it will borrow some GT350 body panels, the GT500 will get some features of its own.
For starters, we know for sure that this high-performance coupe will have a larger fixed wing and stay on top of the trunk lid. This feature is not yet in the latest test chart, but we’ve seen it on prototypes before and in addition to the new bumper of a large splitter.
2020 Ford Mustang Cobra Release Date and Price
We expect the vehicle to get into the marketplace at the end of 2019. Upon the release of the previous years, we predict the price of 2020 Ford Mustang Cobra starts from $72,000. If there are changes we will immediately notify you. so, follow our blog updates.