2025 Ford Mustang GTD Shows Off Its Race-Ready Interior

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2025 Ford Mustang GTD Shows Off Its InteriorFord
  • The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD will make its European debut at the 2024 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend.

  • Ford has included a window at the rear of the cabin to view the Mustang GTD’s suspension.

  • The Ford Mustang GTD will also feature an optional performance pack, which should help push the Mustang GTD underneath 7 minutes at the Nürburgring.

If you were waiting to see the inside of the Ford Mustang GTD, Ford is finally showing it off ahead of its European debut at this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, which starts Saturday at 10 am Eastern time. Ford is also showing off its Carbon Series and performance pack’s features ahead of the Mustang’s run around the Nürburgring.


Surprisingly, the interior doesn’t look too far removed from what you’ll find inside the current Ford Mustang. There’s still a massive media screen that’s joined to the digital driver display. The gear selector has become a rotary dial, which controls the eight-speed transaxle.

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Interior of 2025 Ford Mustang GTD Carbon Series.Ford

Ford has also added a front-axle lift button and a Track Apps button ahead of the rotary gear selector. Titanium paddle shifters sit behind a flat-bottom steering wheel, which features suspension controls. There’s also a window where the rear seat would be, for viewing the rear suspension.

The Mustang GTD will offer an additional performance package that adds some aero bits like a larger front splitter, dive planes, underbody flaps, and a drag reduction system. Would-be GTD buyers will probably want to toss on the performance pack because Ford says it’s essential to lap the Nurburgring in under seven minutes.

The performance pack also includes a lightweight package, which adds a set of 20-inch magnesium wheels, takes away some sound deadening, and gives the GTD a unique front fascia.

If you like bare carbon fiber, Ford will supply that too: The Carbon Series variant of the Mustang GTD leaves the hood, roof, and rear decklid unpainted. You can also add some body color or contrasting stripes if you’re so inclined.

Ford hasn’t given a hard date on its Nurburgring lap attempt, but there’s no doubt it’s going to be quick around the ‘Ring. We do know that the racing GT3 variant is going to take on the Circuit de la Sarthe during the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend.

After seeing the photos, what do you think of the Mustang GTD’s interior? Tell us your thoughts below.