Menacing 2015 Shelby GT500 rendered

2015 Shelby GT500 artist rendering 06.09.2013
2015 Shelby GT500 artist rendering 06.09.2013 / mustang6g.com

With a power bulge

JC Design has envisioned the 2015 Shelby GT500 based on the renders which surfaced the web at the end of August. As you may recall, the renders were made based on the spy pics showing the new Mustang's front fascia.

It comes with the new Aston Martin-ish front grille together with sleek and slender LED headlights. The Shelby treatment can be seen in the hood which has received a subtle power bulge and the more aggressive body kit with a larger front bumper, beefier side skirts and double black center racing stripes complementing the white paint job.

Details about what will power the GT500 are scarce at this moment, but the GT350 is expected to make use of a V6 mill delivering at least 450 bhp (335 kW).

We should mention a report which surfaced the web back in June indicated Ford plans on dropping the GT500 version to replace it with a range-topping SVT Cobra powered by a naturally-aspirated engine.

We'll know more at NAIAS in January 2014 when the new Mustang will reportedly be unveiled.

Source: JC Design via mustang6g.com

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NYyanks NYyanks
That is one futuristic looking Mustang
Sep 6th, 2013 10:26pm
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HermanCampbell HermanCampbell
As far as I know Ford isnt going to use the Shelby name anymore. The agreement Shelby has with Ford is to continue to modify Stangs like do now with the GT350 and Super Snake. Shelby had nothing to do with GT500 other than the name, all SVT developed.
Sep 6th, 2013 8:43pm
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reventonlover reventonlover
aside from the fact ford is no longer going to be partnered with shelby and instead returning to the SVT name..
Sep 6th, 2013 4:06pm
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Scalazormo Scalazormo
That's isn't actually confirmed. There was an interview with the head guy at Shelby that said they had a renewed an agreement with Ford for many more years. I just can't find the article anymore. But it probably be cheaper for Ford to go back to SVT since the name belongs to them.
Sep 6th, 2013 4:31pm
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adrian.padeanu adrian.padeanu
I've updated the article. As Scalazormo says, it's not official.
Sep 6th, 2013 4:39pm
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Scalazormo Scalazormo
Here is the article I was talking about. http://mustangsdaily.com/blog/2012/04/09/shelby-gt500-will-continue-past-2014-as-part-of-next-generation-mustang-lineup/
Sep 6th, 2013 8:27pm
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