Andi HendrickCar and Driver
The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 and GT350R will end production after this year. Revisions to the GT350R transformed it into a phenomenal car.
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You’re crazy if you think the Mustang looks better with stripes. Just look at it.
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The GT350R blasts to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds.
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All GT350Rs are fitted with carbon-fiber wheels and sticky Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber.
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The GT350R roars through the quarter-mile in 12.0 seconds at 120 mph.
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For 2020, the GT350R receives a revised steering knuckle from the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 that increases the caster to improve steering precision and straight-line stability.
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The back seat was removed to shave some weight.
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The GT350R clung to the skidpad at 1.11 g.
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The GT350 and GT350R were special cars and will be missed.
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For 2020, Ford swapped out the previous crossed-drilled brakes rotors for non-drilled but still vented discs because, by Ford’s measurement, they’re more durable and less expensive.
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The only available transmission: a six-speed manual.
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