Back in January, the North American International Auto Show beheld the debut of the Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019 which was said then that it could produce at least 475 HP. However, latest report says it actually can put out 480 HP by the naturally aspirated 5.0-litre gasoline engine. It is also claimed that the new edition is 20 HP more than the regular one as it keeps the torque at 570 Nm.
Video: 2019 Mustang Bullitt debuts at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
The Blue Oval, additionally, claims it will reach higher max speed, at 163mph to be precise, compared to 155mph of the 2019 Mustang GT.
Other good news is Ford has confirmed the price on the Bullitt and it is $46,595 which excludes $900 for delivery charge.
2019 Mustang Bullitt actually can put out 480 HP
Meanwhile in Europe, the Euro-spec Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019 as just revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in the early of this month may bring you a touch of disappointment because it can only produce 457 HP and 529 Nm, a significant depletion compared with the US-spec counterpart.
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Pricing details have not come out officially but for sure it will cost you nothing less than the $39,190 tag laid on the GT Premium Fastback. In addition, the model introduces a special finish and several hardware upgrades as follows: the intake manifold of GT350, a larger 87-mm throttle body, a bespoke powerplant control module, and a performance-open-air intake.
Pricing details have not come out officially but for sure it will cost you nothing less than the $39,190
According to the latest car news, the 2019 Mustang Bullitt deliveries will be kicked off this summer.
Know more about Ford Mustang 2021
<p>Ford's famous pony car is now in its sixth-generation model and is available in the Philippines in four variants. This includes the Mustang EcoBoost 2.3-liter Premium AT, Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Fastback AT, Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Convertible MT, and the Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Convertible AT. All of these Mustang variants are rear-wheel-drive, and either uses a six-speed manual transmission, or a ten-speed automatic transmission. There are two avialable engine options for the Philippine-spec Mustang. The first is a 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-4 gasoline engine capable of producing up to 310 horsepower and 475 Nm of torque. The second, more powerful engine is a 5.0-liter V8, which can churn out 460 horsepower and 569 Nm of torque. </p>