2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt Will Cost You $46,595 To Act Like Steve McQueen

The Ford Mustang Bullitt was one of the showstoppers at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. While the Mustang Bullitt looks like a regular Mustang with a green paint job, the special-edition vehicle has a lot of little details that make it a completely different machine. And now, we know how much the Mustang Bullitt will cost.

According to Ford, the latest iteration of the Mustang Bullitt will start at $46,595 plus a $900 destination and delivery fee.

For that price, enthusiasts will get a Mustang that’s finished in Dark Highland Green, a 5.0-liter V8, which by the way, produces 5hp more than originally announced at 480hp and 420 lb-ft of torque, 19-inch wheels, Brembo six-piston brakes, a Torsen rear differential, different gauges, and a bunch of other goodies.

Consumers, though, will also be able to tack on the Bullitt Electronics Package that reportedly costs $2,100. It adds a blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert, a B&O Play 12-speaker premium audio system, a voice-activated touchscreen navigation system, as well as memory settings for the driver’s seat, mirrors, and ambient lighting.

Other options for the Mustang Bullitt include Ford’s MagneRide damping system, which will cost $1,695, and Recaro-branded leather-trimmed sport seats with green accent stitching that will run $1,595. The last option is a $375 car cover. So if you want a fully-loaded Mustang Bullitt, expect to walk out of a dealership with a $53,260 deficit in your bank account.

The Mustang Bullitt is a little bit more expensive than your run-of-the-mill Mustang GT Fastback, which costs $36,090. Moving up to a base Mustang GT Premium Fastback will set you back $40,090. So the $7,405 question is, is the Mustang Bullitt worth it? With the Mustang Bullitt’s rich history, we think it is.

If you’d like to take a look at the complete order guide for the 2019 Mustang, click here.

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  • Kagan

    Why do we get less power for more bucks in europe!!! It just saying don’t buy!

    • willhaven

      It may be the way power is measured or perhaps noise restrictions?

      • Kagan

        no we actually hae some higher hp figures i europé and the Money is interchangeble.

      • eb110americana

        It’s probably CO2 emissions regs. They have to retune the engine to meet different standards. No way Ford would invest in that if they didn’t have to.

    • LWOAP

      Sucks doesn’t it? Now you know how Americans feel when we get the short end of the stick.

      • Kagan

        Yes and no because that was american desires but it is not our desire now!

      • Kagan

        You have also always got our cars a lot cheaper than our selves.

        • LWOAP

          I’m guessing which country you live in has something to do with it. I know cars in Norway, for example, aren’t cheap.

          • Kagan

            I talk about normal markets otherwise they are double the price!

    • Shane

      Pretty sure it’s the exhaust position due to the steering wheel being on opposite sides.

      • Kagan

        Well is it you again?

        Europe is bigger than great britain. 90% is left hand drive!

  • ErnieB

    This car is worth every penny imo!

  • Steven Sposato

    Am I absolutely insane to think Ford should build a sedan off the styling cues of the mustang? If the Fusion looked and performed like the mustang, I’d buy it as fast as they could make it.

  • Shane

    Very impressive numbers for a 5.0, I remember when the Viper had a whopping 500.

  • john1168

    I love this car and would probably get it with the manual but I do think it would be a good idea to have a 10 speed auto option. And an optional moonroof too.

    • rodriguez256

      Wish it did have an auto as well. I don’t care for sunroofs on Mustangs, always looked weird to me when someone would add a custom one. I do wish it had the glassroof option like the older Mustangs though.

  • Bo Hanan

    A light weight Bullitt with 300 less pounds would fly off the shelf. Steve McQueens car was stripped out.

    • SteersUright

      Any GT with that stellar new engine and some significant light weighting would be magnificent. Particularly if they could get more weight out of the nose and balance the car out.

  • Kagan

    No it is not that. European cars are also not very optionised and with worse warranties and previous often with less crash inforcements.

  • SteersUright

    Im not in love with the looks, but a 480hp 5L n.a. V8?!?! Hell yes!!!

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