Ford Mustang Mach 1 will be offered in Australia and New Zealand in 2021 with the first ever factory right-hand drive model produced at the legendary Flat Rock, Michigan, plant.
The new Mach 1 delivers additional V8 power, a driver-focused cockpit and a track-focused upgrades above the Mustang GT.
“It’s a stunning looking vehicle, but above all it really is a Mustang made for enthusiasts – it is all about how it drives around a track, which is why I’m so pleased to be working on this project with Ford,” said Rick Kelly, Kelly Racing Ford Mustang Supercars driver and Mustang Mach 1 ambassador.
“Racing a Mustang Supercar around tracks like Mount Panorama, where we’ll be this weekend, has been a highlight of 2020 for me, but Mach 1 is such a unique opportunity for fans and customers, so I am pumped for its arrival here next year.”
Since its arrival in Australia in 2015, the Ford Mustang has become the best-selling sports car in Australia, and has seen a passionate customer base for special edition models, including Mustang BULLITT and the supercharged Mustang R-SPEC.
The Mach 1 will be offered alongside the Mustang 2.3-litre High Performance and Mustang GT in 2021, with Australian specification and pricing to be announced closer to launch.