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Today we get a glimpse at the 2020 GT500! There isn’t much we can take away from this graphic but we love seeing this huge grille opening to allow lots of cool air in. We do know it will be 700+hp as mentioned previously. ROUSH has released their new Jack Hammer which outputs 710hp using the new 2650 supercharger. We think the GT500 will most likely use this same supercharger setup but with more modifications to unlock more ponies.

One thing we have noticed is that the GT500 doesn’t have the refreshed 2018+ headlights on it. Why is that? The 2018 GT350 didn’t get a refresh this year which leads us to believe the GT500 is built off of the GT350 platform. (we don’t know if this is true or not) With that being said, it makes complete sense as to why the new GT500 doesn’t have the refreshed headlights. #VenomKillsDemons

The legend returns

Throughout 2017, we have seen bits and pieces of the GT500 show up around the web, such as the spy photos driving around and leaked supercharger images.

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Finally, Ford has released a teaser video confirming the legend will return in 2019! No official numbers have been released yet but they say it will be 700+hp (we already expected that). We are thinking between the 750 – 775hp range. The new 2.65 ROUSH supercharger is capable of 700hp easily on the stock ’18 platform. A smaller pulley and tune will put that same blower in the 750hp range without a doubt.

Most venomous GT500 to date!

Loaded with the most venom ever, the all-new Mustang Shelby® GT500® with its 700-plus horsepower supercharged V8 will be the most powerful street-legal production Ford ever.

Embodying Ford Performance team’s motorsport expertise, this new Mustang is engineered to stand apart on roadways and race tracks, thanks to its new innovative track technologies, performance hardware, plus aggressive and functional track-tuned styling.

  • Arriving in 2019, the all-new Mustang Shelby® GT500® will be the pinnacle of Mustang performance and highlights the innovation, ingenuity and passion of Ford Performance
  • With more than 700 horsepower projected, the all-new Shelby GT500 fast-back coupe will be twice as powerful as the original 1967 Mustang performance model
Source: Ford Media

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