Coming courtesy of Mustang6G forum member zackmd1, the diagrams “appear in the official 2018 wiring diagrams available from Ford.” It’s easy to see the wiring going through the supercharger intercooler, as well as the supercharger pulley, so yeah, forced induction is in the pipeline.
What’s even more interesting than this confirmation is the flexplate. That’s right, that’s a flexplate there, not a flywheel, which means that the GT500 will be equipped with some sort of automatic transmission. What’s more intriguing than this comes in the form of mounting locations for the torque converter. With 3 instead of 4 mounting locations as you’d find in the case of the Coyote’s flexplate, it's likely the GT500 won’t use the 10-speed automatic co-developed with General Motors, but a different transmission altogether.
The seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox from the GT supercar is also out of the question, for it is a transaxle designed around a mid-engine configuration. With a bit of luck, the next leak of the Predator V8 will offer more details in this regard. As for output, well, what do you think about 700 horsepower if not a few ponies more? Is that enough to keep the Challenger Hellcat on its toes and out-accelerate the Camaro ZL1 1LE on corner exit?