Ford Extends Mustang Bullitt Production Run To 2020MY

Ford is responding to the success enjoyed by the special edition Mustang Bullitt in Europe by extending its production run into the 2020 model year.

This special edition of the Ford Mustang was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Bullitt film starring Steve McQueen. In its first year (2018), the whole production run sold out quickly after the official announcement, and the car has remained impressively popular ever since.

Also Read: 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt Review Says It’s “A Bit Magical”

The Ford Mustang Bullitt is powered by an upgraded 5.0-liter V8 engine that features a freer-flowing induction system and manifold, 87mm throttle bodies and the powertrain control module from the Shelby GT350. Total output of the Euro-spec Bullitt is rated at 452hp (459PS) and 387lb-ft (526Nm) of torque.

Paired to the upgraded V8 is a six-speed manual transmission that comes with an auto-blipping function for smoother downshifts.

The interior of the 2020 Mustang Bullitt is equipped with Ford’s 12-inch digital instrument cluster, a set of Recaro sports seats and contrast stitching that reflects the exterior color. Speaking of which, customers can opt for either Shadow Black or the classic Highland Green. Each Mustang Bullitt is also accompanied by a numbered plaque and special badging.

Standard equipment includes FordPass Connect – which adds things like Live Traffic, WiFi hotspot, remote locking and unlocking, vehicle location and more. A premium B&O audio system with 12 speakers is also standard.

Ford has already opened the order books for the 2020 Mustang Bullitt, with first UK deliveries set to commence early next year.

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  • Harry_Wild

    For those who like to crank their own gears, around 2-3% of the driving public it is heaven. For the rest, it not appealing!

  • john1168

    If Ford ever does stop production of the Bullitt Mustang, hopefully they’ll keep the paint available so you can make your own.

  • Don’tBeSoStupid

    Does any other American prefer the taillights on the British model?

    • john1168

      I like the white tail lights but I think I’d still order the red ones if I had the option here in the US.

    • rodriguez256

      I like them but it doesn’t seam right to not have red tri tailights. Plus I really like the shade of red the tail lamps glow.

  • MEANWHILE OVER AT CHEVY…

    • john1168

      LMAO… rumors of the Camaro being cancelled…

  • rodriguez256

    While I couldn’t afford one either way. I’d love to have one but with the 10 speed automatic.

    • john1168

      It is quicker.

  • Vassilis

    I’d really love one

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