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Ford Mustang GTD aims for record-breaking sub-7 minute ‘Ring time with DRS.

Ford finally joins the Nürburgring lap time frenzy! They used to sit this one out, but that’s all going to change next year with the release of their new beast on the road, the 2025 Mustang GTD. 

The American car company has set its sights on dominating the race track, with its predicted lap time to be under seven minutes. And to add more excitement to the mix, this mark has only been beaten by a handful of top street-legal cars in the last decade.

The Mustang GTD is a true beast on wheels. The latest version is now lighter with a carbon-fiber exterior, boosted with a powerful supercharged 5.2-liter V-8 engine packing around 800 horsepower, and supported with a new and impressive suspension system.

Ford also confirms the Drag Reduction System will make it a mean racing machine inspired by Formula 1 technology.

Explicitly designed for off-roading, the Gladiator offers a folding windshield, three roof options, and the ability to remove doors altogether. It has four-wheel-drive systems, making it one of the most capable off-road vehicles.

For 2024, even the lower-end models get upgrades like a rear locking differential and Off-Road Plus drive mode. 

If you’re in the market for one, be ready to fork over a spicy price of $300k or more. We’re still determining how many of these will hit the market, but production will be outsourced to the pros at Multimatic – the same company that made Ford epic GT supercar.


The Mustang GTD is equipped with a new active system called DRS! This system has both a rear wing and front/rear flaps that stay open while you drive around town. But when you’re feeling the need for speed and hit those tight corners, they automatically close up and create a severe downforce to keep you grounded. And that’s not all – the DRS system from Ford is always working behind the scenes to make sure you’ve got the perfect amount of air and grip to take on any driving situation.

Ford’s Mustang GT3 is going through some severe testing in wind tunnels and virtual simulations, along with hitting some of the top race tracks across the globe like Road Atlanta and Spa-Francorchamps. 

We bet it’ll also dominate the Nürburgring’s track when it comes time to show off what it’s really made of.


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