Ford has just announced details of the new MY2020 Ford Mustang GT. There will be options for personalisation with eye-catching new colours of Grabber Lime and Twister Orange and fixed price scheduled ($299*) servicing for the first four years or 60,000k.

Building on the enhancements made to Mustang in 2018, which included a new 12.4-inch customisable digital instrument display, a forged 19-inch alloy wheel option and Recaro seating, the MY2020 Mustang GT brings even more opportunities for Australian sports car enthusiasts to make their Mustang stand out.

“The Mustang is an icon, and Australian customers have been asking for more ways to customise and individualise their particular vehicle, so we’re pleased to offer more ways of doing just that,” said Ford Australia President and CEO, Kay Hart. “These new offerings help make the 2020 Mustang really stand out, and for the first time, our Ford Service Benefits program, with our Service Price Promise, is part of Mustang ownership, too.”

The expansion of the Ford Service Benefits program to Mustang owners means that *for the first four years/60,000km (whichever comes first), eligible customers will be able to service their MY2020 Mustang for a maximum recommended price of $299 (incl. GST) at participating dealerships. This price also includes the added value of a Service Loan Car, Auto Club membership (including Roadside Assistance), SYNC 3 sat-nav updates, Vehicle Report Card, and the peace of mind of experienced Ford Factory Trained Technicians.

The MY2020 Mustang GT Fastback will also be offered with a new Black Shadow Pack that gives the Fastback model a unique look. The pack, exclusive to Fastback GT and priced at $1,000, adds:

  • Black painted roof
  • Black bonnet stripes
  • Black side stripes
  • Unique ten-spoke dark-finish 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Black grille Pony badging
  • Black 5.0L guard badging

Further adding to the effect, the optional High-Rise rear spoiler is also blackened when the Black Shadow Pack is selected.

“The Black Shadow pack takes the Mustang GT Fastback to another level,” said Mustang Chief Program Engineer, Carl Widmann. “It gives the classic Mustang lines a sinister flavour that really adds a raciness and competition look to it and harks back to some of the graphic and decal packages that we’ve had in the past.”

The 2020 Ford Mustang will be on sale in Australian Ford Dealerships from November 2019. To be the first to find out the finer details such as pricing please complete the form below or contact Steve Taulanga on 1300720 950.

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