In the past year or so, Ford has been doing a bit of a reverse of what it did with its supercar.
Instead of making a $20,000 model, it’s been releasing new, more powerful versions of its cars that cost far more than the previous model.
The latest model is the $20.5 million Mustang GT with the new transmission, but the model itself is still about $7,000 less than the last model.
This means that for $5,500, you can get a Mustang GT that can go more than a quarter-mile in 3.6 seconds, and can go a full five miles in a quarter hour.
You can also buy a $735,000 version with the same transmission and engine that can run a full 8.5 seconds.
The only major difference between the GT and the $15.5 billion model is a different interior, which is much nicer, but still only about $500 more than its predecessor.
The $7.5-million GT with this transmission costs about $1,400 less than its previous version, but you’re still looking at a $6,200 premium.
The big differences in these versions are more in the price tag than the performance.
While the $7 million Mustang can go from 0 to 60 mph in 6.9 seconds, the $6 million GT has a top speed of 155 mph, which makes it a little slower than the Ford Focus RS.
But that doesn’t mean that the Focus RS can’t do it, because its engine will go even faster.
The Focus RS was the first car in the world to run at a top speeds of 170 mph, but that’s still quite a bit faster than the Mustang GT.
The next car to break the 170-mph barrier was the 2014 Mustang GT (with the new engine), which was a whopping 181 mph.
But the Mustang, like the Focus, has an engine that will accelerate its speed up to 160 mph.
This is the same engine that the new Ford GT uses.
The Ford Focus GT is more powerful than the 2014 Focus RS, but it’s still less powerful than a new $7 billion Mustang.
Here’s how the two cars compare: Ford Focus: The 2015 Focus RS is the world’s fastest production vehicle.
The car is rated at over 186 mph on the highway, and is capable of a top top speed over 200 mph.
The GT is the first Ford vehicle to go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 6 seconds.
Ford GT: The 2014 Ford GT is rated to go over 200 miles per gallon on the road, and boasts an impressive 0-60 mph time of just 3.5 second.
Ford Mustang: The GT’s engine is rated for over 200 hp and a top-speed of 200 mph, and the car has a very similar 0-100 mph time as the Ford Fusion, which also has a 0-62 mph time.
So if you want to go faster than that, the GT is probably going to be a good bet.
The new Ford Focus and the Ford GT are more expensive than the GT, and they both have slightly different transmissions.
The Fusion’s transmission is rated with a 10-speed automatic, while the GT’s transmission has an 11-speed manual.
Ford Focus uses a 5-speed sequential gearbox, while Ford GT used a 5.5.