The 2015 Ford Mustang order guide is now available to U.S. dealers. One dealer in particular took screenshots of all the order codes and posted them online, giving shoppers a good look at the different options for the new Mustang and revealing almost everything except the base price.
The options include a lot of familiar stuff such as racing stripes and tech packages. The guide includes a few options with the letters “SVT” in front, signaling plans for the next GT500 or possibly a new SVT model.
According to the guide, the 2015 color palette includes competition orange, avalanche gray, triple yellow, deep-impact blue, magnetic metallic, race red, black and oxford white. Under the 50th-anniversary options, Wimbledon white, the color of the first Mustang in 1964, will be available.
Ford said last week it will build just 1,964 copies of the 50th-anniversay Mustang, which will also be offered in kona blue.
Some pricing details are also included in the guide. The automatic transmission and adaptive cruise control will each cost $1,195; 20-inch wheels will go for $1,295 and the GT-performance package will cost $2,495. The navigation package is $795.
The 50th-anniversary package will set buyers back $1,595. It also carries its own body code of P8C, while the regular GTs are labeled P8J. The 50th package also looks to include the Wimbledon white, limited edition leather, in addition to an option called cashmere.
One of the options appears to be a red-leather interior, including manual Recaro seats. The optional EcoBoost performance package is priced at $2,000. We’re assuming that’ll get buyers the twin turbocharged V6 motor.
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