The 800-horsepower Ford Mustang GTD, which will be on sale in late 2024 or early 2025 

for a starting price of almost $300,000, was recently introduced by Ford. 

Ford (F) claims that this Mustang has a lot more features than just a strong engine to justify its Lamborghini-level pricing. 

It is based on the Mustang GT3 racing vehicle, which is slated to compete internationally in 2019. 

Jim Baumbick, Ford's vice president for product development, stated, "We see it as kind of an underdog 

approach to take on Europe's racing elite, not just with the race car, but we wanted to bring that race vehicle to the street."