The 2024 Ford Mustang Starts at $32,515, Dark Horse Costs $59,565

the all new 2024 mustang dark horse offers available carbon fiber wheels – historically reserved for supercars and high performance racing applications – to a broader group of driving enthusiasts, with lightweight wheels that clock in at an average of 201 lbs, roughly 37 percent lighter on average than dark horse aluminum wheels
2024 Ford Mustang Starts at $32,515Ford

The 2024 Ford Mustang, the seventh generation of the iconic pony car, hits dealers this fall. Ford announced pricing on Tuesday, with the base EcoBoost starting at $32,515 and the top-of-the-line Dark Horse coming in at $59,565, each including a $1595 destination.

The pricing breakdown for all models is as follows:

  • EcoBoost Fastback: $32,515

  • EcoBoost Premium Fastback: $38,040

  • EcoBoost Premium Convertible: $43,540

  • GT Fastback $43,090

  • GT Premium Fastback: $47,610

  • GT Premium Convertible: $53,110

  • Dark Horse Fastback: $59,565

This represents a pretty significant base-price jump over the 2023 Mustang, with the entry 2023 EcoBoost model carrying a $29,205 MSRP, though Ford notes that the now-standard automatic transmission (previously a $1595 option) is baked into the price. The base GT Fastback—the cheapest V-8 Mustang—gets a price bump of $1755 over the $41,335 of the 2023 model. The Dark Horse slots in just above the outgoing Mach 1, which starts at $57,965. It's also over $11,000 more than its closest rival, the 2023 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE, which stickers for $48,295, though equipment levels aren't necessarily comparable.

It's no surprise to see a price increase between Mustang generations, and it's important to remember that with the bump in MSRP comes greater standard equipment, plus engine and chassis tweaks.

The S650-generation Mustang is based on the outgoing S550 model, though it features a number of important changes. Most obvious is new bodywork, and a reworked interior with a standard digital gauge cluster and a larger infotainment screen. The base EcoBoost four-cylinder makes 315 horsepower, while the GT's 5.0-liter V-8 makes 480 hp. The Dark Horse offers 500 hp from its V-8 courtesy of an upgraded crank, cams, and forged connecting rods.

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