2025 Ford Mustang GTD Interior Revealed, Carbon Series and Performance Package Detailed

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The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD made quite the splash with its recent unveiling, drawing attention not only for its sleek exterior but also for the tantalizing mystery of its interior that was never shown in detail. However, Ford has now lifted the veil, offering enthusiasts a glimpse into the inner sanctum of this powerhouse pony car. What’s more, the unveiling showcases not just the interior but also introduces two meticulously crafted packages – the Carbon Series and Elevated Performance – further amplifying the allure of the ultimate Mustang.

Let’s delve into the intricacies of these newly detailed packages. The Carbon Series package boasts a distinctive aesthetic, leaving key components like the hood, roof, and rear deck unpainted to showcase the mesmerizing carbon fiber weave beneath. This customizable package allows for a range of color options, including the striking Chroma Flame hue, while offering painted stripes and calipers in complementary or contrasting tones for added personalization.

In contrast, the Elevated Performance Package is geared towards enhancing the Mustang’s track capabilities, with a nod towards a daring Nürburgring lap attempt in under seven minutes. This performance-focused package incorporates functional elements such as additional front canards, a larger splitter, underbody flaps, and a rear wing equipped with drag reduction mode. It also includes the Lightweight Package, featuring magnesium wheels and reduced sound deadening for an uncompromising driving experience.

Turning our attention to the interior, the 2025 Mustang GTD retains its iconic Mustang charm while receiving a modern refresh. Familiar features like the 12.4-inch instrument screen and 13.2-inch infotainment display are elevated with updated graphics and a new Performance layout. The steering wheel receives a makeover, now sporting a sleek flat-bottom design wrapped in leather and Dinamica, accented with carbon fiber details. Noteworthy additions include buttons for adjusting suspension and exhaust settings, alongside the futuristic touch of 3D-printed titanium shift paddles. Meanwhile, the center console houses controls for Track Apps and the front axle lift system, catering to both performance and convenience.

Occupants are treated to standard Recaro seats, adorned with a tastefully restrained gradient color scheme that exudes a hint of retro charm. And for a touch of engineering artistry, the rear seats have been replaced with a captivating window providing a view of the sophisticated rear suspension.

While pricing details remain undisclosed apart from the $325,000 figure here in the U.S., Ford has provided a pathway for eager European buyers to secure their slice of Mustang glory. Applications open on June 13th, with hopefuls directed to to stake their claim in automotive history. With its blend of cutting-edge performance and timeless style, the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD stands poised to redefine the boundaries of the iconic pony car legacy.


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