It seems that Ford has let slip the official order guides for its 2014 Mustang lineup. The changes for the upcoming model year are fairly minimal, as the car was just recently refreshed for 2013, and is expected to get an entirely new model in 2015.

Sadly, for us and anyone else that has had the pleasure of driving it, the biggest news here is that the Mustang Boss 302 will not be carried over for next year. This news runs according to Ford's stated plan of offering the track-terror for just two seasons, but it pains our enthusiast hearts, nevertheless.

As for the rest of it: there are a couple of new colors (Oxford White and Ruby Red Metallic with Tinted Clearcoat) and three colors that will go away (the Boss 302's School Bus Yellow, High Performance White and Red Candy Metallic). A couple of new exterior appearance packages have been added to the options sheet, as well.

The 2014 Shelby GT500 will now get heated front seats as standard (not with the optional Recaros, however), and will also be available in the two new colors. Check out the full 2014 model year ordering guides in the galleries below.


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      • 2 Years Ago
      In related news, the GT500 gets a power bump to 1,250 HP.
      4gasem
      • 2 Years Ago
      Man... I was going to order a Boss if the Chevy SS turns out looking like an Impala or Malibu too. Ugh!
      joejoe509
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not that surprising really. Making way for the 2015 Mustang. :-) Bring it on!
      Lachmund
      • 2 Years Ago
      it's a about time for a new model
      dan1malk
      • 2 Years Ago
      Damn this economy! Even the Bosses are getting let go. :P
      kingrat001
      • 2 Years Ago
      It's sad to see the Boss go. It seems like Ford is doing everything they can to screw up the Mustang, especially if the new one looks anything like the pics I've seen. Someone needed to step in and say, "NO!", and after slapping the hell out of the designer(s), put them to work on a car that looks like a Mustang.
        Nick Thies
        • 2 Years Ago
        @kingrat001
        The pics you've seen? You mean the Evos concept and the renders from car mags and fans based off the evo? You don't really believe it'll look like those. They all look like a shity version of the '13.
      Scooter
      • 2 Years Ago
      Mustang has been caught in this "nostalgia" trip for too long. Lately its been every 50yr old mans ride of choice. I'd like to see Mustang get high tech, modern and sleek. I know most users won't like this comment, but seriously the "1970s nostalgia" needs to go, lets get back to innovation, not living in the past.
        Joe
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Scooter
        I'm sorry, what's nostalgic about it, other than a few heritage models and a somewhat retro design? I'll give you that the 2005-2009 models were definitely retro, but the refreshes since then have made it much more modern looking. Besides, it's now got a 420 HP high technology V8 with a six-speed manual and a limited slip differential, track apps, Sync, and all kinds of other goodies. I guess the only thing 'antiquated' is the live rear axle, but as someone who has a 2006 GT for a daily driver, but has spent significant time with both the Challenger and Camaro, I'd take the live rear any day, and twice on Sunday.
        keywestfloral
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Scooter
        I had the first 67 fastback GT 390 in Miami, loved it, don't want one that looks almost like it now! (ps, I am 66)
        AB26
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Scooter
        Buy a corvette or miata if you want the generic, euro crap look. There is a reason they stick with the muscle car look. It's worked for nearly 40 years now. Every 50 yr old man? I see a lot of foreign sport cars with midlife crisis men in them. And Camaros and Corvettes and BMWs and.... If ford can get them to buy Mustangs, how is popularity a bad thing? Have you ever been inside a mustang? Just because you see one and it offends you that they use some old styling from the original stangs, doesn't mean the insides aren't sleek and updated.
        ponycargt
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Scooter
        Relax, Scooter. Ford is working on just what you're asking for with the 2015 Mustang.
      prettycool_huh(ಠ_ಠ?
      my personal advice is to buy a boss NOW. these things are going to SKYROCKET in resale value over the next decade. they're instant classics.
      Myself
      • 2 Years Ago
      But will it get rear suspension? :-)
        calikev05
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Myself
        2015 is the major Mustang refresh with independent rear suspension.
          EXP Jawa
          • 2 Years Ago
          @calikev05
          Major refresh doesn't describe it - its a ground-up redesign.
      Jon Bowen
      • 2 Years Ago
      its not because of the economy, its because they were keeping it a two year run like the original. the '14 is starting production in january and we already have allocation. its a short model run because the 2015 is coming early.
        mkenjalo
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Jon Bowen
        Do you mean that 2014 production is beginning in January 2013? And how short is the production going to be? I ask since I'm buying a 2013/14 new, but can't make it just yet...
          EXP Jawa
          • 2 Years Ago
          @mkenjalo
          Yes, that's what he means. The 2013 production started in Jan '12, and the 2012 production started in early '11. The 2015 model, I expect, will be launched to time very closely to the car's original launch in the spring of 1964. Ford is trying very hard, from what I understand to introduce the car as a 50th anniversary model, and in so doing wants to adhere to the correct dates. By that model, the 2014 car will have to fill the gap until the april or may timeframe of 2014. If Jon Bowen is correct in that the production start is in Jan 2013, than the 2014 model run will actually be more like 15 or 16 months. Not what I'd call a short model year. However, as with all things in predicting the future, YMMV. The future is always changing, and we're going to have to live there - probably as soon as next week...
          Joe
          • 2 Years Ago
          @mkenjalo
          I'm in the same boat as you, as I've just relocated for a new job, and I'm waiting for my house to sell before I pony up for that new Pony. I wish I could wait around to see what the real 2014.5 is going to look like, but who knows when they're going to drop it at the auto shows. I'm sure they want to make a big splash with it, but don't want months and months and years and years of exposure, like the Camaro had. The development process for that car was SOOOO drawn out.
      Caladbolg
      • 2 Years Ago
      ****. I was hoping to buy a Boss 302 once I graduated and paid off my loans. Hopefully they'll come up with another track killer that's a step up from the GT
      carguy1701
      • 2 Years Ago
      Goodnight, sweet prince.
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