Ford Mustang GT California Specifications & Features
The 2024 Ford Mustang GT California Special has a cool feature called Rave Blue. It’s not a dance club, but a style thing on the car. Even though the Rave Blue touch is new, the GT/CS name goes way back to 1968. Ford just showed off the latest version after sharing a sneak peek on social media. If you go for this upgrade, it’s all about looks. You get Rave Blue on badges and grille nostrils. The grille also has cool horizontal slats and a “GT/CS” badge, plus the headlights are dark. So, if you want your Mustang to stand out, this Rave Blue package is the way to go.
The California Special’s got cool stickers on its sides, covering the lower body. All versions come with special 19-inch wheels, and if you go for the Performance Pack, you get those snazzy Rave Blue pockets. Inside the Mustang GT, the leather seats, dash, and doors have stylish Raptor Blue and Metal Gray stitching. The Navy Pier upholstery with tiny holes adds extra flair. For a bit more charm, you can add contrast stitching to the steering wheel and center console. And don’t miss the California Special badge on the right side of the dashboard, sure to impress anyone riding as your co-passenger.
Ford Mustang GT California Engine & Pricing
Just like before, you can only get the California Special package if you go for the Mustang GT Premium trim level. It costs $1995, and if you want it on the coupe, it starts at $47,610, or $53,110 for the convertible. Both the coupe and convertible come with a 480-hp 5.0-liter V8 and a six-speed manual transmission as standard. If you prefer the 10-speed automatic, that adds another $1595 to the price. Ford says you can place your orders now.