The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 may have recently vacuumed up all of the attention from the rest of the iconic muscle car/pony car family, but a few choice builds set to debut at the 2019 SEMA Show will hopefully shine some light on more than just the Shelby. For example, the crew at California Pony Cars chose instead to upgrade this 2019 Ford Mustang GT from back to front, inside and out.
The mighty 5.0L Coyote V8 engine in this 2019 Ford Mustang GT is now affixed with a Ford Performance TVS supercharger, sending things out the back via a cat-back exhaust with black chrome tips by Borla. For the stance, official Ford Performance lowering springs are combined with forged multi-piece 21-inch wheels by Triumph Performance with Toyo Proxes T1R tires, while Baer EradiSpeed 15-inch front and 13-inch rear two-piece rotors keep this Mustang corralled.
For this SEMA 2019 Ford Mustang GT build, California Pony Cars created a custom hood, decklid, side skirts, grille, front chin spoiler, rear diffuser and wing with wicker bill, rear blackout panel, mirror covers, wheel arches, front bumper air duct panels and aluminum splitter kit. LED lighting is courtesy of Diode Dynamics.
On the inside, Ford Performance Recaro leather seats bring the aggressive styling to the cabin, paired with a California Pony Cars carbon fiber center console, dashboard trim kit and window switch plates, CPC armrest covers, door sill plates and coin tray. For maximum sound, a 1,500-watt Kicker Audio system with a 12-inch 1,200-watt subwoofer has been installed. Finally, a LinksWell GEN II 11.8-inch high definition touch screen and Diode Dynamics LED strip accent lighting finish off the interior.
This 2019 Ford Mustang GT is just one of two officially commissioned builds that will be on display at the brand’s massive SEMA display next week. That said, we expect a couple of surprises in store, come Tuesday. And MC&T will be on the scene to cover it all.