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Details about the all-new, 2015 Ford Mustang continue to leak out. In fact, at this point, it's more of a stream than a drip. Its option prices are already available, and now the full ordering guide is on the web for all of the trims thanks to the Mustang 6G forum. Ford is rapidly running out of secrets to keep about its new sports coupe.

The 21-page guide can be perused in the gallery below and contains all of the standard features, colors, options codes, descriptions. Generally everything you might want to know about the 'Stang is there, other than its price or power. It even shows off the available wheel designs.

The guide finally gives away the contents of the Performance Package for the EcoBoost and GT trims. The EcoBoost's package includes: A larger rear sway bar, new chassis tuning, larger brake rotors, 19-inch black wheels, retuned driver assistance systems, an aluminum dash panel, added gauge pack, 3.55 limited slip rear differential, larger radiator, heavy-duty front springs and spoiler delete. When the options pricing leaked, it indicated the package would cost $1,995. If that is the case, it seems like quite a deal.

For the GT trim, the performance package includes most of the same upgrades from the EcoBoost plus a strut tower brace, K Brace, a 3.73 Torsen limited-slip rear differential and – only for cars with a manual gearbox – Brembo six-piston front brakes. The leaked options pricing indicated that package would sell for $2,495.

If you are in the market for the 2015 Mustang, this ordering guide is a must-read. Happy planning.


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      Andrew
      • 1 Year Ago
      More autoblog anti GM hate the Camero you never see it get the same attention but for the lamestang you do stupid
        Andrew
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        I see the fordfanbois are out in force you mad cause the CAMARO is faster and better in every trim also you're stupid drive shafts blow up you lose
          Dean Hammond
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Andrew
          Andrew, you are not doing the Camaro cause/ fan base ANY good, none at all, in fact quite the opposite....
          Tariff The Imports
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Andrew
          I did t know GM made a Camaro that can do 200+ mph. Oh wait, they don't. Once again the spelling Ace Andrew is wrong.
          cpeng2008
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Andrew
          You convinced me! I'm buying a CAMERO
        SlothLovesChunk
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        You sounds like you are about 11 years old, seriously. Please go away.
        SquareFour
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        Man, this cat is a weirdo. If he's a troll, he's of the unentertaining variety.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @SquareFour
          He's not even a troll, he just shiposts. inmydaytrollingmeantsomething.jpg
        jjamess101
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        It's 'Camaro'.
          Tariff The Imports
          • 1 Year Ago
          @jjamess101
          Isn't it rather pathetic that a GM Fanboy has difficulty spelling Camaro?
        Agustin
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        My cousin had a Camaro RS, and looks like an old FIAT, Fix It Again Tonny. even had motor block oil leak. I had 2008 for mustang and never had an issue, and always runs like new.
        Julio B
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        Seriously...
        carguy1701
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Andrew
        The Camaro isn't new for this year, sir. When the 6th gen surfaces, the same attention will be paid to it. Go back to class, I think I hear the bell ringing...
          Dean Hammond
          • 1 Year Ago
          @carguy1701
          well considering how the camaro owners fallback was the "holy grail" known as IRS, and the Mustang hung pretty well with its "archaic" solid rear, I am super curious...and its always cool to see two cars in the same class approach their product from completely different angles....ie, smaller displacement DOHC 5.0 vs Chevy's 6.2...one of the best rivalrys out there...and passionate fans on both sides of the fence. AWESOME!
      Bassracerx
      • 1 Year Ago
      less than 30k the mustang ecoboost with the performance pack is probably the only car to buy right now.
        Mike
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Bassracerx
        This would probably kill FR-S and BRZ sales.
          Dean Hammond
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Mike
          dont think it will kill them as such, there, as in every brand, a large contingent of the blindly loyal....however, i don doubt there will be some serious cross-shopping. However, hopefully the new Mustang IS that good....
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Mike
          It might affect them a little, but I doubt most people cross-shop them (I like both and I wouldn't do so). The Mustang is a fair bit larger than the Toyobaru, for one.
          nyvqjfloswlq
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Mike
          I don't doubt it will steal some sales, but they are still quite different cars. They feel completely different to drive, and some will prefer that Toyobaru feel to more power (and weight/size) in the Mustang. I think it will continue to put more of a hurt on the 370Z at $30K+. Giving up the Coyote for the VQ was already a difficult proposition. Now that the interior is actually substantially nicer in the Mustang, the 370Z is a really hard sell for similar money. It is still smaller/lighter, but it will be even more out of its league performance wise.
          Dean Hammond
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Mike
          dont think it will kill them as such, there, as in every brand, a large contingent of the blindly loyal....however, i don doubt there will be some serious cross-shopping. However, hopefully the new Mustang IS that good....
      hexiumvii
      • 1 Year Ago
      Its not even out yet, but it looks old already. And not in a good way. The first gen was retro and awesome, this just looks tired.
        Tariff The Imports
        • 1 Year Ago
        @hexiumvii
        The first gen was retro? I've never heard anyone call the '65 Mustang retro. It was futuristic. That car defined the future of what a Pony Car was to be.
        speeddanimal
        • 1 Year Ago
        @hexiumvii
        I read "Its not even out yet..." and got bored. And not in a good way. It's a subjective and useless comment that adds nothing to the conversation but express your unfounded opinion to a bunch of people that don't care. I'm tired...
      bethany.omalley
      • 1 Year Ago
      Here's mine... 2015 Mustang EcoBoost Premium, 201A, EcoBoost Performance Package, Ruby Red, Recaro Black Leather Seats, Navigation and All Weather Floor Mats
        Ryth
        • 1 Year Ago
        @bethany.omalley
        Mine is EB Premium: 443 (auto trans) 43S (security package) 67E (with RIM swap from dealer) 77R (reverse park assist for my garage) 12A (floor mats)
      ffelix422
      • 1 Year Ago
      I remember reading that the first 1964 cars would be model year; 1964.5. That would have made them more collectable.
        speeddanimal
        • 1 Year Ago
        @ffelix422
        You read bad information. Ford marketed all early cars as '1965' model year vehicles. The '1964.5' designation was created by collectors eager to differentiate their early vehicles (which did indeed have some differences) vs. the later '65 production run. Thus, by sticking with the 2015 designation, Ford is being true to history. If they want to be literalists and make the cars more collectible, however, they will purposely engineer in some design flaws which they will have to correct midway through the model year.
      Dean Hammond
      • 1 Year Ago
      what is up with the obsession with photographing this vehicle from a low standpoint..AWFUL angle that makes the front end look heavier than it is in the flesh....photos do NOT do this car justice, my only gripe is the front overhang which is a little excessive IMO but probably a result of the "pedestrian" crash requirements...
      nyvqjfloswlq
      • 1 Year Ago
      We can finally quiet all of the boo-hiss nonsensical comments from a few weeks ago about LSDs. They are still standard across the board, even on the base model V6, just like the previous generation. The optional rear end ratios still cost the same, and the performance packs are still an awesome value like the Brembo and Track packages before them.
      Joey Franklin
      • 1 Year Ago
      The car just doesn't look good without the 20's in my opinion and of course you are forced in to the Premium with leather to get them. I'd probably do the Performance Pack and get aftermarket 20's and sell the stock 19's if i got one. Can't wait to see pricing
        Joey Franklin
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Joey Franklin
        I see Premium cars also have the ugly painted rear diffuser. I guess if i got one it would be a base GT auto with Recaro's and 3.55 limited slip or a base Ecoboost Performance Pack car.
      Gorgenapper
      • 1 Year Ago
      * Ingot Silver * Manual Transmission * Recaro Seats (manual adjustment) * The package which gives Blind Spot Information System w/ Cross-traffic Alert (depending on cost) * GT Performance Package - Strut-tower Brace - Larger Radiator - Unique Chassis Tuning - Upsized Rear Sway Bar - Heavy-Duty Front Springs - Gauge Pack (Oil Pressure & Vacuum) - K-Brace - Brembo 6-Piston Front Brake Calipers with Larger Rotors (MT only) - 19" x 9" (F), 19" x 9.5" (R) High Gloss Black Painted Aluminum Wheels - 255/40/R19 (F), 275/40/R19 (R) Summer Tires - Unique Stability Control, EPAS & ABS Tuning - 3.73 Torsen Rear Axle - Spoiler Delete Sounds like the GT Performance Package is a no-brainer, given all the stuff you get with it. Although I'm not so sure about the staggered wheels. Anybody have experience with staggered wheels and overall total cost of ownership?
      Matt Mossberg
      • 1 Year Ago
      Interesting the auto gt doesn't get the performance pack. I though only the corvette had the majority of its buyers get manual. I'll be test driving bith the v6 and turbo 4 with and w/o the performance pack (mainly because I doubt the pack will be readily available at launch)
        carguy1701
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Matt Mossberg
        It might, as there's a footnote for the GT PP that says that the 6-piston Brembos are manual only, which makes no sense unless its going to be available with the auto at a later date. The 50th Anniversary model has the GT PP standard regardless of transmission chosen (only difference is that auto cars get a 3.55 Traction-Lok instead of the 3.73 Torsen). That said, I suspect that the 6-piston calipers and the Torsen (as well as the K-brace) will be available through FRPP for owners who wish to upgrade.
        nyvqjfloswlq
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Matt Mossberg
        Ford's six speed auto isn't remotely "sporty" so it is understandable. You couldn't get a Brembo package car with the auto for the first few years. You couldn't ever get a Track Package car with an auto. The GT500 has no auto option. Even the Fiesta ST/Focus ST aren't offered in an automatic. Until Ford has a good automatic (e.g. something competitive with the ZF 8HP/GM 8L90) I wouldn't expect to see one in any of their more performance oriented trim levels.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @nyvqjfloswlq
          Ford's 6AT is really just a rebadged ZF 6HP (they signed a deal to make it under license). From what I've heard, its not a bad transmission. >the GT500 has no auto option. None of the SVT Mustangs has ever had an automatic. >Even the Fiesta ST/Focus ST aren't offered in an automatic. And Ford will lose market share until they do (for reference, roughly 50% of MkVI GTI sold in the US had the DSG).
          nyvqjfloswlq
          • 1 Year Ago
          @nyvqjfloswlq
          @carguy1701 (stupid AB comment system nested comment limit) It's not a "bad" transmission. Like I said it just isn't "sporty" or fun in any way. It won't be your friend on a winding road. It's fine as a cruiser, but nobody is going to want to fumble around for the tiny +/- button on a twisty road. It isn't especially quick to react even if you do attempt it. Ford needs something competitive with the 8HP which is actually pretty damn fun for an auto. Let's put it this way. I didn't even consider the automatic when I got mine, but something like a well programmed 8HP70 with paddle shifters would have made me think long and hard about it.
          carguy1701
          • 1 Year Ago
          @nyvqjfloswlq
          Ford's 6AT is really just a rebadged ZF 6HP (they signed a deal to make it under license). From what I've heard, its not a bad transmission. >the GT500 has no auto option. None of the SVT Mustangs has ever had an automatic. >Even the Fiesta ST/Focus ST aren't offered in an automatic. And Ford will lose market share until they do (for reference, roughly 50% of MkVI GTI sold in the US had the DSG).
      cpeng2008
      • 1 Year Ago
      How do you decide between the Ecoboost and V8? Seems the two cars will have totally different characters. I like the idea of turbo torque and better fuel economy, but is a pony car still a pony car without a V8?
        carguy1701
        • 1 Year Ago
        @cpeng2008
        Speaking purely for myself, I wouldn't go for the EcoBoost at all. If I wanted a RWD car with a turbo 4, I'd find a clean S13/14 and drop in an SR20DET.
      carguy1701
      • 1 Year Ago
      Only other beef I have with options packaging is that the memory seats are bundled together with blind spot monitoring and cross-path detection. Not a fan of either of those features.
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