According to the good folks at Autoweek:
It was reported last month that Ford was planning to limit production of the Shelby GT350 and GT350R in 2015 — a few thousand were rumored to be on the build schedule. Turns out this is going to be a far rarer machine, though: Just 100 examples of the GT350 will be built, 50 with the Technology Package and 50 with the Track Package. The 350R will be even more limited, with just 37 examples being produced.
Interestingly, the article points out how this ultra-limited production run ranks in terms of Shelby’s history: “Those production numbers would make the 2015 Shelby GT350 even more exclusive than the 1965 model, of which 562 units were built. The company is building the 37 Rs to pay homage to Shelby’s original run of competition versions of the car.”
The article also lays out some specs: “The 2015 Shelby GT350 debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show late last year with “more than 500 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque,” Ford says, from a 5.2-liter flat-plane-crank V8. We saw the racier GT350R a few months later when it premiered at the Detroit auto show next to the new Ford GT. The R is lighter, faster and stiffer all around.”
Pricing hasn’t been revealed, but Autoweek thinks that it will be: “somewhere near the Chevy Camaro Z/28’s starting price of $73,000 wouldn’t be out of the question … before your local dealer adds his 300 percent markup.”
The GT350 and GT350R go on sale this fall.
The article goes on to list these option pricing details, pulled from the Mustang 6g Forum:
2015 GT350 Option Pricing (MSRP):
Tech Package = $7,500
Track Package = $6,500
Navigation = $795
Painted Black Roof = $695
Triple Yellow = $495
Over the top stripes = $475
2015 GT350R Option Pricing (MSRP):
R Package (over base GT350) = $3,500
SVT Touring Package = $3,000
Navigation = $795
Read the full story at Autoweek.