Despite its 25 extra horses and another 20 lb-ft (27 Nm) of torque, the 2018 Ford Mustang GT is slightly more economical than before.
Thanks to a Mustang6G member, we can now see the official window sticker for the 2018 Mustang GT with the 10-speed automatic transmission, showing the vehicle’s 1 mpg bump in city and combined environments.
The old Mustang GT with the 6-speed automatic used to get 15 city mpg (15.6l/100km), 25 highway mpg (9.4l/100km) and 18 combined mpg (13l/100km), whereas the new model with the 10-speed is good for 16 city mpg (14.7l/100km), 25 highway mpg (9.4l/100km) and 19 combined mpg (12.3l/100km).
This window sticker also shows this car’s $53,160 MSRP, which includes $13,165’s worth of optional extras such as the Enhanced Security package, active valve performance exhaust, GT Performance package, Magne-Ride damping system and of course the 10-speed automatic. The base price is $39,095.
Ford’s updated Mustang also features what the automaker calls “improved touch points”, which means that certain sections of the cabin will feel more upscale to the touch, benefiting from softer plastics.