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Old 05-16-2018, 04:37 PM
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Default Listen to the Ford Mustang GT500 Accelerate Slowly Through the Gears

A new video showing the upcoming Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 on the move reveals an automatic transmission while giving us a great chance to hear the supercharged V8 operate at low RPM and low speeds.

The video below comes to us from the modern pony car experts at Mustang6g.com and it features new footage of the upcoming Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. In this video, we get to hear the supercharged V8 idle and drive away several times at low speed. The video gives us a chance to hear the new super-Stang exhaust at low RPM, but more importantly, we hear the car shift through the first few gears several times and there is no question that this GT500 is fitted with a self-shifting transmission.

There has long been speculation that the upcoming Ford Mustang GT500 would have an automatic transmission mated to the 700+ horsepower V8, but this video all but confirms that the Motor Company is at least considering a self-shifting gearbox in the new high performance model. We just don’t know which automated gearbox the company will use in the most powerful Ford Mustang ever.

Listen to the Ford Mustang GT500 Accelerate Slowly Through the Gears
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