Specs: 480 Horsepower / 420 Pound-Feet
If you want Shelby-grade handling with the GT’s V8, the newest Mustang Mach 1 might be the best choice. Packing a tweaked version of the Mustang's famous 5.0-liter, the limited edition produces 480 horsepower and 420 pound-feet. With various Shelby parts affixed, the Mach 1 has 22 percent more downforce than a GT Performance Pack 1, or with the optional handling package, a hearty 150 percent more downforce. The Mach 1 also gets standard Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires (or optional Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2s), larger brakes, new visual cues, and the option of either a Tremec six-speed manual from the GT350 or a 10-speed automatic. Ford hasn't released pricing for the new Mach 1 yet, but expect it to cost similar money to the Mustang Bullitt.