Now that the 2024 Ford Mustang has been redesigned, it’s time for the GT4 race car. It has a fresh look and a different engine, but the basic formula remains the same. Ford Performance and Multimatic transform the hottest Mustang available at launch into a race car.
The previous Mustang GT4 was based on the Shelby GT350. The basic body was borrowed from that car and a version of his Voodoo 5.2-liter V8 fitted with flat-plane cranks was used. When it comes to the new GT4, Ford starts from a dark horse. Along with that hot Mustang body is also a version of that engine, the slightly less exotic Coyote 5.0-liter V8.
The engine is manufactured by Ford Performance, but the entire car is assembled by Multimatic. You probably know Multimatic for the spool valve shocks found on race and road cars. Of course, they’ll also appear on the Mustang GT4, but that’s not the only change. The body features natural fiber composite panels and aggressive aero upgrades such as a massive rear wing. The interior has been thoroughly refurbished and equipped with safety equipment such as roll cages, racing seats and harnesses. Additionally, the engine is mated to a Hollinger sequential dog-box transmission.
The Mustang GT4 will go on sale next year and will start competing at that time. You can participate in the SRO GT4 class races held in all series around the world. You will be competing against various GT4 cars such as Toyota Supra and Nissan Z. Unfortunately, you probably won’t be competing against the Camaro GT4.R. GM appears to have ended operation and support for those vehicles.. No pricing has been announced for this car, but we are confident that Multimatic can help set the price to suit your needs. Of course, the Mustang GT4 is not road-legal, so your needs must be track-only.