Starting with the most obvious mods, the teased 2015 Shelby GT is garnished with silver go-faster stripes and a different front bumper incorporating a black-painted and dramatic-looking grille. The fog lights have been deleted, making room for a duo of air intakes, while the black lip spoiler and powerdome-style hood with vents on the sides round off the front fascia’s visual package nicely.
It’s hard to tell if that exhaust sound is enhanced by a mild Shelby/Procharger supercharger whine, but there’s no denying this kit will be featured in the go-faster bits and bobs list (GT/SC anyone?). Speaking of the performance-oriented add-ons, we expect to get things such as better Eibach suspension, a tire & wheel package, clutch and braking system upgrades and, of course, an Anti-Hop grabber package.
As for the standard 2015 Shelby GT treatment, it will hold a starting price of around $15,000 and come with the usual Shelby American visual upgrades both inside and out, better brakes and a Borla Performance exhaust and a lil’ handling package to boot. If you’re more of a Cobra guy than a ‘Stang enthusiast, we recommend to take a look at the retro cool 50th Anniversary Shelby Cobra 427.