Shelby GT350 will find a race-inspired custom shift light indicator for better track performance – and less distractions.

The high-powered Shelby GT350 with 526-hp now finds a performance shift light indicator: a heads-up display located in front of the driver. It can be controlled through the driver information center in the gauge cluster, and customers can set shift points, light intensity, select from three different modes, or turn the feature off entirely. These modes include Tach, Track, and Drag.

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Shelby GT350 drivers benefit from an indicator light allowing them to keep their eyes on the track. The heads-up shift light was developed by re-imagining existing hardware and is standard on all-new Shelby GT350 and powerhouse Shelby GT350R.


More on the Shelby GT350:

The original Shelby GT350 introduced in 1965 established Mustang’s performance credentials. The all-new Shelby GT350 Mustang, features the most powerful naturally aspirated Ford production engine ever. The new GT350 builds on Carroll Shelby’s original idea – transforming a great every-day car into a dominant road racer, by taking advantage of a significantly improved sixth-generation Mustang to create a truly special driving experience.

Ford engineers took an innovative approach with GT350. Rather than develop individual systems to perform well independently, every component and shape is optimized to work in concert; balance is the key. While paying rigorous attention to detail, the team pushed the envelope with cutting-edge materials and technologies.

Shelby GT350 Power:

The Shelby GT350 Mustang is powered by a high-revving flat-plane crankshaft 5.2-liter V8 engine that will produce more than 500 horsepower – the most powerful naturally aspirated Ford production engine ever. Advanced materials, MagneRide dampers, aggressive brakes and finely tuned aerodynamics push the performance of Mustang to previously unmatched levels.

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