It's been 17 years since we last saw the Mustang Mach 1, but that's about to change when the all-new version launches in the spring of 2021. The new Mach 1 will top the non-Shelby Mustang range, using a mix of components from the Cobra and the GT for one of the most powerful naturally-aspirated pony cars Ford has ever offered. Making 480 horsepower with a 7,000 RPM redline, the Mach 1's 5-liter Coyote V8 uses the Shelby GT350's intake manifold, engine oil cooler, and comes standard with the GT350's Tremec six-speed dual-clutch manual transmission. A software rev-matching aid for the six-speed means you can shift like a real driver without having to learn to heel-and-toe. A Mach 1-exclusive front has tweaks to maximize aerodynamics, while the undertray has been extended to smooth airflow under the car. New 19-inch staggered wheels are styled after the original Mach 1, and the interior features Mach 1 trim throughout.