2015 Ford Mustang Golf Cart Costs Car Money

2015 Ford Mustang Golf Cart Costs Car Money 6 photos
Photo: Caddyshack
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Some people like cars, others like sports. Those who play golf regularly like both. That has to be the reason there’s a company making these carts wearing officially licensed Ford Mustang badging. Sure, this four-wheelers are far from being a V8 beast, but it doesn’t mean they don’t cost car money.
The starting MSRP for a 2015 Ford Mustang is $23,800. The golf cart inspired by it will most likely cost around $16,000. But before we start judging, let’s take a closer look and see what this toy is capable of.

Built by Caddyshack Golf Cars of Palm Desert, California, their newest offering is accurately styled to resemble the 2015 Ford Mustang. The headlights and taillights work with brake lights, turn signals, and hazard lights. Finishing off the exterior design is a set of 12 inch SVT design aluminum wheels.

Naturally, none of the three engines available - 2.3-liter EcoBoost 310 horsepower, 4-cylinder; 3.7-liter 300 horsepower V6 or 5.0-liter Coyote 435 horsepower V8 - have anything to do with the actual golf car.

In fact, the Caddyshack vehicle is powered by a 48V electric drivetrain that propels it to a top speed of 19.5 mph (31.38 km/h) on flat ground. One charge will offer a 35-mile (56 km) range, which apparently is quite impressive for such a vehicle.

As we mentioned, the new model will probably cost around $16,000, since their 2014 Mustang GT500 cart had an MSRP of $15,490. For that amount of cash, there are at least a couple of high-end amenities featured such as matching vinyl upholstered seats, carbon-fiber styled grille, automatic electromagnetic parking brake, and others.
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