If you want to be one of the first to buy the 2015 Ford Mustang, you’d better be ready to pony up.
The order books are open on the all-new sports car, which isn’t scheduled for delivery until this fall, but prices are on the rise.
Ford has officially announced the entry level V6 model will start at $24,425, a $1,090 increase over 2014, but an order sheet leaked by a dealer to the fan forum Mustang6G.com has apparently revealed prices for the rest of the lineup and most options.
According to the report, a V8-powered Mustang GT will run $32,925, an $890 jump, while the well-equipped 50 Year Limited Edition costs $46,995. Only 1,964 of the latter will be sold, however, so you’ll be lucky to find one for sticker price.
Underlying the increases is a higher level of standard equipment that includes an independent rear suspension, a backup camera, Ford’s voice-activated Sync infotainment system and other features.
Floor mats, however, are still an option at $85.
But it’s the new Mustang EcoBoost that’s perhaps most interesting. Powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder with at least 305 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque, compared to 300 hp and 270 lb-ft for the V6, the most 21st century Mustang has a base price of $25,995, and is also expected to be the most fuel efficient model.