First 2024 Ford Mustang GT to be auctioned for charity

First 2024 Ford Mustang GT to be auctioned for charity

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The first Ford Mustang GT 2024 production will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona, on January 28. It was reported that all proceeds will go to JDRF, the global type 1 diabetes research and advocacy organization.

It is the third generation of Mustangs VIN 001 which will be auctioned for charity. the first models Mustang Shelby GT500, Mustang Mach 1 and Mustang Bullitt were auctioned for a similar purpose.

“Ford has a long tradition of supporting charitable organizations through the Barrett-Jackson auction, and we’re proud to offer the new Mustang GT to support worthy causes like juvenile diabetes research.” Jim Owens, Mustang’s marketing manager, commented.

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This seventh generation is our most powerful Mustang GT to date, and the winning bidder will not only support a good cause, but will become the owner of the first Mustang GT.”, he added.

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The winner will be able to choose between any standard Mustang GT option, which includes: manual or automatic transmission, 11 colors, 18 to 20” wheels and brakes. Brembos in three shades.

This product features a tuned 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine capable of producing 480 hp and 415 pound-feet of torque. Although if the active valve exhaust system is chosen the values ​​increase to 486 hp and 418 ib-ft, being the most powerful Mustang in history.

Once the first model is delivered, regular production is expected to start this summer.


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