When Ford remarked in a news release that the Mustang GTD "is like no Mustang ever," they 

couldn't have said it better themselves. With racing in its DNA, the seventh-generation S650 Mustang made its debut in 2022.

In particular, it featured a Dark Horse variation, followed by race-only GT3 and GT4 variants, demonstrating Ford's interest in European exotics. 

However, the blue oval has moved its pony car into supercar territory with the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD.  

Jim Farley, president and chief executive officer of Ford, remarked, "We didn't engineer a road car for 

the track, we created a race car for the road." The "Mustang GTD shatters every preconceived notion of a supercar."