Exterior:Dark Highland Green Metallic
Ford has opened order books for the 2019 Mustang Bullitt and confirmed final output for the commemorative-edition GT fastback.
A re-tuned 5.0-liter V-8 engine generating 475 horsepower–15 more than the GT–and 420 lb-ft of torque and tops out at 163 mph. It has a manual transmission and white cue ball shift knob. It was also tuned for a distinct exhaust note through the new tips. The extra power comes thanks to the GT350’s larger, freer-flowing intake manifold, its bigger (87mm versus 80mm) throttle body, and an open airbox
Up front, we can see a new grille design with a honeycomb-pattern, black mesh. There’s no pony logo, but Ford added subtle chrome accents on the upper frame. Onto the sides, we can see the usual Torque Thrust wheels, also based on the original car and seen on previous iterations of the Bullitt. On this car, they measure 19 inches and are made from aluminum. Behind them, red-painted Brembo brake calipers add a dash of color.