The final 2020 Ford Mustang Bullitt emerged from the Flat Rock Meeting Plant in February 2021, changed by the Mustang Mach 1 that is seeing out the top of the S550 generation. Ford’s third run of Bullitts ended there. The Bullitt affiliation will proceed because of McQueen Racing and specialist tuner Steeda, albeit with out the Bullitt identify. The previous entity was based in 2010 by Chad McQueen, son of the late Steve, and is now run by grandson Chase McQueen and his spouse Madison. They, together with Steeda, collaborated on a Steve McQueen Version Bullitt Mustang package deal (pictured) that added main mojo to a donor Bullitt. For $26,000, consumers bought upgrades like a 5.0-liter V8 tuned to 550, or as much as 775 horsepower for extra money, a short-throw shifter, full Steeda suspension with sway bars and customized 20-inch Mulholland wheels on Nitto NT555 G2 tires. Ford produced its Bullitt in a Highland Inexperienced shade, to match the film automobile, and black. McQueen and Steeda solely made their add-on package deal out there to homeowners of Highland Inexperienced vehicles.
That aftermarket suite is not out there, although, to get replaced by a brand new coupe referred to as the Steeda x McQueen Racing Mustang deliberate for the 2024 S650 Mustang. We have not been given particulars on the adjustments but; we count on they will be primarily based on the script used for the Bullitts — naturally aspirated and supercharged engines, Steeda suspensions, Mulholland wheels, Nitto tires and styling tweaks in and out. Known as the “Restricted-Version Sequence,” all we get is that they “will present race lovers with an unparalleled driving expertise and distinctive tools upgrades all at aggressive costs. These automobiles will mix cutting-edge engineering and superior craftsmanship from each McQueen Racing and Steeda.” Sounds just like the partnership is already planning past the horse automobile, the press launch saying the Restricted-Version Sequence begins with the 2024 Mustang.
There’s some love proven to homeowners of black 2019 and 2020 Bullitt Mustangs as effectively. A paragraph explains, “As a part of this new program, homeowners of these automobiles will now have the unique alternative to reinforce their vehicles and be a part of the official McQueen Racing Workforce.” This a part of this system seems open for enterprise now, the first black McQueen Racing Bullitt proven earlier this month, respiratory via a Whipple Stage 2 supercharger and making 825 horsepower.
Steeda expects to obtain its first batch of seventh-generation 2024 Mustangs later this summer time. They’re going to be out there via McQueen Racing and Steeda Efficiency Car areas wherever Mustangs are offered, warrantied for 3 years or 36,000 miles.