The 2019 Mustang goes on sale this summer. The big one is another rendition of the California Special appearance package.
Most recognizable of all its many visual tweaks is the California Special's fading black side stripes - a telltale fixture that's been a part of every GT/CS since the second-generation model from 2007-'09. The front offers a blacked-out grille and has the splitter from the Performance Pack 1. Inside, it comes with synthetic suede-trimmed seats, special logos, contrasting red stitching and a script badge on the passenger-side dash.
The package will only be available on GT coupes and convertibles equipped with six-speed manual transmissions, which get a rev-matching function for 2019 that smooths gear changes by automatically blipping the throttle on downshifts. Though it's not available on the Mustang EcoBoost, the EcoBoost with the Performance Pack will now have an available active exhaust that can be quiet or loud depending on your mood or surroundings.
Ford will also give California Special buyers the chance to own the first-ever custom-tuned B&O Play premium audio system for the Mustang. The automaker also is reviving the special edition Mustang Bullitt this year. The colors have yet to be shown, but we're curious about the colors.
Ford brings back another classic in Mustang GT California Special for model year 2019
Pricing for these options and the 2019 Mustang have not been released yet.
Ford has announced that the legendary California Special package will return for the 2019 Mustang pony vehicle.
Since its 50th anniversary redesign for the 2015 model year, the Mustang has dominated the muscle auto sales charts.
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