Ford Mustang GT California Special returns for 2019


The interior of the California Special gets upgrades like Miko suede and an optional B&O Play stereo. Ford

America's favorite sports auto gets even more style and technology for 2019 thanks to the revival of the legendary Mustang GT California Special, new technology features including rev-matching on 5.0-liter manual-equipped models, the first-ever custom-tuned B&O Play premium audio system for Mustang and three new vintage-inspired colors and over-the-top stripes.

New for 2019 is a rev-matching six-speed manual.

Ford is bringing a slew of new options to the Mustang for 2019.

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Most recognizable of all its many visual tweaks is the California Special's fading black side stripes - a telltale fixture that's been a part of every GT/CS since the second-generation model from 2007-'09. The new version draws cues to the original with a blacked-out grille, racing stripe and California Special logo placed on the lid of the trunk. Other touches include a signature Ebony Black and Race Red script California Special badge, Mustang Performance Pack 1 front splitter and five-spoke painted wheels. Climbing inside, this limited-run Mustang is adorned with Miko suede seats, red stitching, and special "GT/CS" embroidering throughout.

Besides the paint job, today's reiteration of the California Special Mustang involves a fair share of technology.

The manual transmission-equipped GT version, which is good for 460 horsepower, gets automatic rev-matching - a boon for anyone who wants to take their California special on a rip down the nearest twisty road. And now, for the first time, the B&O Play audio system comes to Mustang with a stunning 10-channel amplifier producing 1,000 watts across 12 high-performance speakers. Ford already showed the Bullitt edition's Highland Green, but two new hues including Velocity Blue and Need for Green have been announced. The active exhaust and start quiet modes are also included. But the company did announce that the new model year cars will go on sale this summer.

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