The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD’s interior is like being in a cockpit

  • The 2025 Ford Mustang GTD has an impressive interior 
  • The GTD is packed full of smart features, including a full-color dual display
  • With a price tag of $325,000 it might not be in everyone’s budget 

Published on Jun 13, 2024 at 11:53 AM (UTC+4)
by Claire Reid

Last updated on Jun 13, 2024 at 6:24 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

Take a look inside the interior of the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD, which makes it feel a bit like you’re sat in a cockpit. 

With a $325,000 price tag, you’d expect a lot from the new Mustang GTD – and you wouldn’t be disappointed. 

Cheekily dubbed ‘Street legal. But just barely’ by Ford, the Mustang GTD packs a punch with 800-plus horsepower which can push a top speed of 190mph. 

READ MORE! The first-ever Ford Mustang GTD is here and it’s the most aggressive ‘Stang ever made

Meanwhile, it’s also filled with ‘game-changing tech’, such as modifiable racing suspension technology, which will allow you to drive to a racetrack and then lower the car almost 40mm to take it to competition height. I told you it was game-changing, didn’t I? 

It’s what’s inside that counts

A look at the Mustang’s interior will show you it’s a bit different from anything else on the market featuring a ‘driver-centric digital cockpit’.

And that isn’t just a fancy name – the car’s interior really does resemble a cockpit, kitted out with a 12.4” LCD digital cluster and 13.2” center touchscreen. 

The impressive dual display is completely customizable and features ‘videogame-inspired graphics’ powered by the Unreal gaming engine, Ford explains

The whole display is a bit of a feast for the eyes with attention-grabbing colors and clean graphics.

Meanwhile, the rest of the interior is awash with leather and carbon fiber – looking sleek with a dark color palette. 

The GTD is fitted with Recaro bucket seats and a unique, flat-bottomed steering wheel, clad in leather and a specially designed ‘microsuede’ made from polyester. 

Very fancy.

The Ford Mustang GTD introduces ‘track mode’

In the center stack, there’s a rotary dial shifter and a couple of new buttons: one of which can activate the front axel lift and another that pulls up the Track Apps page on the touchscreen. 

Ideal for a spin around a racetrack, the GTD also has a ‘track mode’ where all unnecessary information is hidden away and just the tachometer and gear displays are shown – so you can keep your eyes on the prize.

As you’d expect from a modern car, the GTD is able to seamlessly sync with your smartphone, giving you access to your music, GPS, and whatever else you use your phone for – maybe even using it as a phone every once in a while. 

The GTD might not be in everyone’s budget, but it’s certainly got the wow factor. 

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Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist who hails from the UK but is now living in New Zealand. She began her career after graduating with a degree in Journalism from Liverpool John Moore’s University and has more than a decade of experience, writing for both local newspapers and national news sites. Across her career she's covered a wide variety of topics, including celebrity, cryptocurrency, politics, true crime and just about everything in between.