The extra-quick version of the Ford Mustang is in for some upgrades for the 2017 model year. Although there are no changes to the 500-plus horsepower engine, the $6,500 Track Package (consisting of special coolers for the transmission, engine oil and differential, a rear spoiler, aluminum shock tower brace and constantly adjusting shock absorbers) will henceforth be standard. A new Electronics package includes a nine-speaker audio system (up from the current seven-speaker unit), while a Convenience Package replaces the manually adjustable Recaro-brand front seats with power-adjustable leather-covered buckets. Although there’s no official word on pricing, The Sleuth expects that the GT350’s $50,000 base tariff will increase by no more than $5,000 when it goes on sale this summer.
Despite being in high demand, the GT350 will make the Track Package standard, although almost certainly not for free.

Changes to the Shelby GT350 are already on the way: