This special Mustang — equipped with a very unique high-revving 5.2-liter V-8 — has wowed Mustang lovers with its raucous exhaust note and 529 horsepower. All good things must come to an end, however, and after the 2020 model year, buyers will only get the GT500 (with a supercharged 5.2-liter V-8), which could be considered a GT350 but with a lot more power (750). The end of the GT350 also means one less manual-transmission model on the market as the GT500 comes only with a seven paddle-shift transmission. The GT500 will set buyers back $74,000, or about $12,500 more than a base GT350, but roughly the same price as the track-ready GT350R.
The GT350 is being overshadowed by the much more powerful GT500, partly because the GT500 costs only about $12,500 more.