The 2024 Mustang’s official debut is soon, set to hit the streets in the summer of 2023. We already know the current crop of available models — EcoBoost, GT and Dark Horse — and some features, but not much else.
Finally, we are able to learn how much it will cost to take these babies home. For the EcoBoost and GT fastbacks, they are available in standard and Premium trim levels, while convertibles will only be available in Premium trim. The Dark Horse is only in one configuration to itself. To wit:
- EcoBoost Fastback: $30,920
- EcoBoost Premium Fastback: $36,445
- EcoBoost Premium Convertible: $41,945
- GT Fastback: $41,495
- GT Premium Fastback: $46,015
- GT Premium Convertible: $51,515
- Dark Horse Fastback: $57,970
(All of the above excludes delivery fees, taxes and other charges)
The Premium trim level offers extra equipment over standard models, but that equipment varies between the EcoBoost and GT models and body styles.
If you’ve been keeping up with S650 Mustang news, you probably already know the 315-horsepower EcoBoost only comes with a 10-speed automatic, so if you wish to give his/her right arm exercise need to move up to the GT for that.
Of course, after the debut year, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more Mustang models come and go.