The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 was the hit of the Los Angeles Auto Show, but there’s still a lot about the performance pony that we don’t know yet.

Yes, it has a 5.2-liter V8 called the Voodoo with a racing car-style flat plane crank and at least 500 horsepower, features a magnetically-controlled active suspension, and gets bodywork mods hewn by the wind, but how fast does it actually go and what’s it going to cost?

All will be revealed closer to when it goes on sale next year, but in the meantime Ford’s Global Performance Vehicle Chief Engineer Jamal Hameedi joined us on Meet Your Automaker and we asked these questions and more, like whether or not the GT350 will follow the original onto the track and if the Voodoo fits in an F-150.

A flat plane crank pickup? We like the sound of that, and it could happen, one way or another.

Watch the video to find out how.