The first 2024 Ford Mustang GT to leave the factory will be auctioned for charity

As a long-standing tradition of the American car company, the first 2024 Ford Mustang GT released from the factory will continue to be auctioned for charity at the end of January.

Ford recently announced it would sell the car Mustang GT 2024 first produced at Barrett-Jackson’s annual auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, on January 28. All proceeds from the Mustang auction will go to JDRF – a world-leading type 1 diabetes (T1D) research and advocacy organization.


This car will become the third generation of VIN 001 Mustangs to be sold at charity auctions. In recent years, Ford has also sold the first assembled and released Mustang Shelby GT500, Mustang Mach 1 and Mustang Bullitt at auctions for charity.


“Ford has a long tradition of supporting charities through the Barrett-Jackson auction, and we are proud to offer the all-new Mustang GT to support worthy causes like juvenile diabetes research. adulthood.” – Director of Communications for the Mustang line, Jim Owens, commented.

“This seventh generation is our most powerful Mustang GT yet and the winning bidder will not only support a good cause but also become the owner of the world’s first Mustang GT.”


The winning bidder will have the opportunity to choose any of the standard Mustang GT options. These include manual or automatic transmission, 11 available exterior colors, 18- to 20-inch wheels, and Brembo brakes in three color options (black, red, and blue).


The 2024 Ford Mustang GT uses an upgraded 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, producing 480 horsepower and 562 Nm of torque in the standard version. When equipped with the optional active valve exhaust system, these numbers reach 486 horsepower and 566 Nm, helping this generation become the most powerful original Mustang GT in the American automaker’s history. This engine is combined with a 6-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic transmission.


After the 2024 Mustang GT bearing VIN 001 finds a new owner, deliveries of the next cars are expected to begin in the summer of 2023. Before that, many people who love this sports car have Expected to be able to test drive the car at the dealership in early 2023, but some problems caused the American car company to postpone the delivery of the car.


In Vietnam, Ford Mustang is a sports car model that is loved by many rich people even though it is not sold officially. The price for the 2.3L EcoBoost version ranges from 2.3-2.5 billion VND, the GT version using the 5.0L engine has a higher price at 4-5 billion VND. Up to now, there are still a number of Shelby or Snake version cars with an estimated value of 7-8 billion VND returned to the country.


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