Now on its seventh-generation, the Ford Mustang is undoubtedly one of the most iconic automotive nameplates still gracing the market in 2024. This latest iteration presents car buyers with three enticing variations to choose from: the EcoBoost, GT, and the all-new Dark Horse.

On the other hand, the EcoBoost models adopt a more forward-thinking approach to performance, featuring turbocharged, 4-cylinder engines that generate over 300 hp. This combination ensures a delightful blend of performance and fuel efficiency. Positioned in the middle are the V-8-powered Mustang GT coupe and convertible, offering a balanced and exciting driving experience.

For the Mustang GT coupe, Ford provides two trim levels: the base and Premium, while the convertible comes solely in Premium trim. The starting price for the base Mustang GT is $44,090, which includes destination fees. This impressive model boasts a 5L V8 engine capable of producing 486 horsepower and 418 lb-ft of torque.

The 2024 Ford Mustang GT was recently put to the test in a first drive review by TheStraightPipes. With a price tag of $56,635 USD, the question arises – would you prefer this Mustang over the no-longer-available Chevy Camaro SS or the discontinued Dodge Challenger 392?