As previously mentioned, the blue oval will bring back the Ford Mustang California Special for the 2011 model year. The last time that Bill Ford offered the special edition fun in he sun pony car was with the 2007 GT/CS, available as both a coupe and convertible. Along with the return of the iconic 5.0, the 2011 The GT/CS will feature an aggressive matte black front chin spoiler underneath a horizontal bar grill with a galloping thoroughbred off to the right side. Signature GT-CS side stripes leading back to a set of side scoops identifying the car as a California Special, meanwhile out back the Mustang GT has a GT500 style diffuser and a larger spoiler on the blacked out deck lid. The Mustang GT-CS rides on a set of 10 spoke two tone alloy wheels branded with the GT logo and the inside will feature a few new trim options as well.

Stay tuned for the official details!


Source: Autoblog

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  (515) posted on 02.28.2010

Goodness its not special at all just looking at it I feel like looking on a real animal who wants to eat every meat of my body. A not so good looking car and that’s the bottom line.

  (570) posted on 01.24.2010

It seems they didn’t made any major changes from older Mustang models. When you look at this new Mustang, you wouldn’t miss the trademark design of the Ford’s cars, which is cool. They keep on getting better, but they restore their original concepts.

  (780) posted on 01.20.2010

Seems ordinary. But I’m waiting for more details. I’ve always been a fan of Ford but I just didn’t feel any excitement in this one. Maybe there is more of the new Mustang that I haven’t discovered.

  (344) posted on 01.14.2010

et’s just say the interest of buying this car is there and it’s granted but is it a little bit contrasting the combination of blue and red. I’m kinda pissed of it but I don’t question the front horse logo which is at the left side of this car that have stripes of blue and red.

  (1333) posted on 01.13.2010

I’m almost positive the GT will be revealed at the Detroit Auto Show in January. It’s North America’s largest car show with the most publicity and people from all over the world. We’ll just have to wait til January.

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