Yellow S650 Ford Mustang on Vossens Looks Like a Confused Bumblebee

2024 Ford Mustang 8 photos
Photo: Instagram | Vossen
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Ford has done a great job with the latest generation Mustang. Sure, it took a while to arrive at dealers nationwide subsequent to its 2022 unveiling, but it boasts improved technology and safety features and elevated driving credentials and looks like an evolution of its predecessor.
On second thought, we cannot exactly complain about it either because, if you haven't heard, it is the only muscle car still in production. Dodge dropped the Challenger, and Chevrolet said goodbye to the Camaro at the end of 2022, thus leaving the Blue Oval pony car to dominate this class.

Since journos have been able to check it out in the flesh, we have learned everything about it. The list becomes complete with the occasional POV driving video and numerous examples that were subjected to all kinds of tests, including drag racing against other rides, as well as its predecessors.

As a result, there isn't much one can say about the S650 generation Ford Mustang that hasn't been said. But would that count the random modified copy that we come across? That would be a no, obviously. And with that off our chest, let's proceed to the example pictured in the gallery above, which stands out a bit too much if you ask us.

2024 Ford Mustang
Photo: Instagram | Vossen
The reason behind its confused looks is the yellow paint finish, which muscle car enthusiasts would normally associate with the Bumblebee Chevrolet Camaro. It also features double racing stripes that stretch across its entire length, from bumper to bumper and rides on a set of new wheels that came straight from Vossen.

Called the HF-5, they are already the alloys of choice when it comes to multiple models from various brands, including that Chevy Corvette we wrote about a few years ago, as well as several McLarens, Teslas, Audis, BMWs, and so on. They are available in numerous colors, and their size varies from 19 to 24 inches in diameter. The smallest offering starts at $599 per wheel, and the largest at $899.

As you can imagine, it was the wheelmaker that shared the images of this muscle car on its social media. The vehicle appears to be a Florida resident, and it packs the Coyote V8 engine under the hood as per the logos adorning the front fenders. The 5.0-liter mill kicks out 486 horsepower in the GT and 500 horsepower in the Dark Horse, with the latter being the current range-topping member of the series until the GTD arrives, and likely the new Shelby GT500, too.

Pricing for the 2024 Ford Mustang starts at $30,920 for the four-pot Fastback and $41,960 for the most affordable V8-powered model, the GT. The Dark Horse can be ordered from $58,185, excluding destination and dealer fees.

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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