Ford's post-purchase efforts contribute to the improvement of the Mustang and GT models.

As the mid-engine Mustang is still in the conceptual stage, we currently do not have any information on the

substantial performance differences between it and the Ford GT. Rumors suggest that the 2024 Mustang Dark

Horse, which is said to be based on the seventh-generation Mustang and second-generation GT, might greatly

benefit from aftermarket enhancements to its handling and performance. The optional increased handling

package includes a more assertive aerodynamic configuration, track-specific tires manufactured by Pirelli P Zero Trofeo RS, and a firmer suspension.