Available this summer, Ford releases the seventh iteration of its lauded Mustang sports car: the 2024 Ford Mustang, which is built for the track but street legal.
The 2024 Ford Mustang offers an easy-to-use electronic parking brake that resembles a traditional lever handbrake. Though it’s not intended for use on public roads—rather, track use only—it makes the car easy to drift. The car’s flat-bottom steering wheel also gives the driver precise control around town, inspired by the design of race cars.
The inside of the 2024 Ford Mustang has been redesigned to include brand new color-matched seatbelts and stitching. The car’s curved dual-display center screen spans 13.2 inches for an immersive and visceral driving experience. Climate and radio are controlled with touchscreen buttons, rather than standard knobs.
Customize the 2024 Ford Mustang with hundreds of design configurations. Tire rims come in multiple colors and Brembo brake calipers come in black, red and blue. The car is available as both a hardtop coupe and a soft-top convertible.
For the Mustang GT and EcoBoost models—the latter starting at $30,920 with 315 horsepower—you can add a performance pack upgrade, which includes wider tires, larger Brembo brakes and strut-tower brace in the front of the vehicle. The Dark Horse model starts at $59,270 and features 500 horsepower, the highest horsepower five-liter Coyote V8 engine yet to be included in the Mustang lineup of cars.
Test drive a 2024 Ford Mustang today at Sill-TerHar Motors, 150 Alter Street in Broomfield.