There is an optional hood extension, mirror cap, tail light panel, and convertible light bar available. When ordering the car, you have the option of all the factory paint colors, plus the option of racing stripes in 5 different colors. Other visual hues include special Shelby badging and 20" WELD Racing Wheels available in 3 different colors and upper and lower grilles with Shelby GT badging in 2 different colors. The interior of the car gets a Shelby GT dash plaque as well as embroidered headrests and floor mats. A Katzkin interior is also available as an option as well as Shelby valve covers, and an engine cap kit.
The sixth generation of the iconic pony car brought on a complete overhaul of the Mustang line up while celebrating its 50th anniversary of being in production. The S550 Mustang came with four engine options: a turbocharged 4 cylinder EcoBoost engine, a V6, an improved V8, and a flat-plane crank engine, offering 310 HP, 305 HP, 435 HP, and 526 HP respectively. While all four greatly benefit from 2015-2017 aftermarket Mustang modifications, the factory also benefits from technology developed for the Boss Mustang, such as improved heads, stiffer cam springs, and improved valves. In 2015, Ford ended the use of Live Rear Axles (LRA) in the Mustang and switched to using Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) in all production Mustangs. By using the outgoing S197 Boss Mustang as a bench mark for handling and performance tests, the goal was for the 2015 Mustang GT to outperform it, and outperform the Boss it did. With the new S550 platform Ford also introduced the Shelby GT350 and GT350R that packs a punch with the flat-plane crankshaft Voodoo Motor, using all the best parts SVT had to offer. 2015+ Mustang parts and performance modifications are commonplace, as they are with older generations of Mustangs. 2015 Mustang EcoBoost parts are filling shelves and forcing GT owners to boost horsepower or risk losing. And as always, finding the right accessories and parts for your Mustang, whether it be an 2015-2017 EcoBoost or a Shelby GT350, is simple here at AmericanMuscle.