It’s worth noting the lesser White Label derivative makes do without the supercharger and induction system. Then again, it costs less ($61,900) but still puts out a respectable 510 horses.
Getting back to the Yellow Label, power is distributed to the rear axle via a six-speed manual transmission (with a synchronized short shifter), as the performance gods intended. A ten-speed automatic is available as an optional extra.
Handling-wise, the Mustang benefits from Racecraft Specific Rate Front and Rear Springs, but buyers can also specify adjustable coilover suspension if they want a tighter-handling machine. Then again, those with a penchant for a track-focused Mustang can save nearly $20,000 and get the razor-sharp Dark Horse instead.
The mid-tier Yellow Label wears 20-inch five-spoke Laguna wheels wrapped in 275/35 and 305/30 high-performance tires at the front and rear, respectively. There are 13.9-inch slotted front rotors with four-piston calipers behind the front wheels, with 13-inch vented rotors at the rear.