The recent unveiling of the new 2013 Ford Mustang means a lot of things to a lot of people. But one of the most important, at least for those that aren’t satisfied with a standard version of the muscle car, is the introduction of some of Ford’s special edition packages for the Mustang.
One such is the California Special package, which has been one of the favorite trims for Mustang lovers everywhere. The full breadth of details surrounding the 2013 Mustang California Special have yet to be announced, but it appears that it will carry a number of unique additions similar to what Ford did with the 2012 version.
Among the noticeable modifications given to the 2013 Mustang California Special will include a unique front grille, side scoops, a new pedestal rear wing, a new rear diffuser, special black decals on the hood and side of the car, and just like the 2012 model, a special interior trim.
As far as performance modifications go, the 2012 Mustang California Special package kept the 412-horsepower, 5.0-liter V6 engine pf the standard model. For the 2013 model, we expect Ford to do the same, which means that the 2013 Mustang California Special will carry the same 420-horsepower, 5.0-liter V6 engine that the 2013 Mustang GT has.
Whatever the case may be, the 2013 Ford Mustang California Special package is fixing to be a great alternative choice for those that want something extra for their 2013 Mustang.
UPDATE 01/12/11: To be honest, we don’t understand why Ford just wouldn’t come out with an extensive batch of photos for the 2013 Mustang California Special. But hey, we’ll take any new photos any way we can get them, even if it’s in batches of three. Check out the new photos of the Mustang California Special in the gallery provided!