The 2014 Ford Mustang has been priced and there are a few changes coming for the iconic pony. Ford has given the 2014 Mustang a few packaging changes, some colors have been swapped, and new gauges will grace every model.
Gone is the Boss 302 model, and with it the exclusive Boss School Bus Yellow paint. The Oxford White and Ruby Red Metallic paint options will be replaced with High Performance White and Red Candy Metallic–because who doesn’t like candy and high performance? The tachometer and speedometer will be replaced with newer gauges on all models.
Prices for the 2014 Ford Mustang will the same as current models, with the exception of the GT500. The Mustang Coupe will $22,995 and the convertible will start at $27,995. GT Coupe Premium and GT Convertible Premium models remain priced at $35,545 and $40,545 respectively. The GT500 does get a $450 price bump for both the coupe and topless versions–starting at $55,455, and $60,455. All prices include a delivery charge of $795.
While changes are relatively minor for the 2014 Ford Mustang, the 2015 model will be completely redone. The sheet metal is expected to change considerably, and be more consistent with the automaker’s newer design language. It’s possible the next Mustang could take strong cues from the attractive Ford Evos Concept that was shown off at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show.