Ford unveiled the astonishing 2025 Ford Mustang GTD, a breathtaking masterpiece powered by cutting-edge technology and inspired by the extraordinary Mustang GT3.
2025 Ford Mustang GTD
The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD captivates with its precisely made carbon fibre broad body and dominating rear wing.
Every aspect of the Mustang GTD is a monument to thoughtful design, with every curve and contour optimised for function.
Technology that outperforms
Its only goal is clear: to conquer the racecourse with technology that outperforms even the race vehicles it is inspired by.
Le Mans-winning GT
The Mustang GTD is the ultimate of road-hugging speed, with roots traceable back to the minds behind Ford’s legendary Mustang race cars and the historic Le Mans-winning GT.
It has been designed to be the fastest road-driven Mustang to date, with a remarkable relationship with the tarmac.
The Mustang GTD has unrivalled stability because to its clever active aerodynamics and incredible grip thanks to massive tyres.
Teamed with an innovative dual ride height short-long arm front suspension and multi-link rear suspension.
50/50 Weight Distribution
The presence of carbon ceramic brakes allows for unrivalled braking authority, while a rear-mounted 8-speed dual-clutch transaxle and a lightweight carbon fibre driveshaft ensure virtually perfect 50/50 weight distribution.
A symphony supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine under the hood produces an estimated 800 horsepower, propelling the Mustang GTD with astounding speed.
The Mustang GTD achieves a weight reduction, a lower centre of gravity, and increased responsiveness by utilising significant integration of carbon fibre body panels.
The fenders, hood, trunk lid replacement cover, door sills, front splitter, rear diffuser, and roof are all made of carbon fibre.
Front and rear carbon fibre fascias are also available as options. The aerodynamic kit, which includes a full carbon fibre underbody tray, incorporates cutting-edge innovations from the world of motorsports.
It also includes features that are not permitted in racing, such as hydraulically actuated front flaps that work in combination with the active rear wing to preserve aerodynamic balance.
In track mode, the Mustang GTD offers Ford’s revolutionary Variable Traction Control, a technical advance.
This clever system allows drivers to push the vehicle’s limits by adjusting engine output and traction control with astonishing precision.
Adjustments can be made in real time, ensuring optimal performance while keeping both hands on the wheel.
Adopting an innovative electrical architecture drawn from the seventh-generation Mustang, the Mustang GTD embraces the domain of futuristic automotive developments, ensuring seamless connectivity, a diversity of personalised driving modes, and effortless over-the-air software updates.
Mustang GTD delivers
These cutting-edge technologies work in unison to provide unrivalled handling and command.
The Mustang GTD delivers an exciting and dynamic driving experience, whether conquering racetracks or navigating the world’s finest highways.
Inside, the driver is surrounded by luxurious finishes that combine MikoTM suede with leather and carbon fibre. The driver is completely engaged and in control thanks to the digital displays.
Track-optimized RECARO® seats elevate the driving experience, and are supplemented with 3D-printed titanium paddle shifters.
A rotary dial shifter, and a serial plate, all of which are cleverly constructed from decommissioned Lockheed MartinTM F-22TM titanium components.
The rear seats were eliminated to reduce weight and increase cargo capacity. The Mustang GTD’s production will be limited, with prices expected to start around $300,000 MSRP.
The car’s journey begins at the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant and continues to Multimatic facilities in Markham, Canada, where a mix of Ford Performance and Multimatic expertise will handcraft the vehicle with racing-inspired precision.
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