Ford: Welcomes Las Vegas Raiders With “Special Shelby GT500”
The 2020 Ford Shelby GT500 is a definitive rendition of the Mustang. It is controlled by a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 (called the Predator), delivering 760 pull and 625 lb-ft of force going out to the back wheels through a seven-speed double grip transmission.
Such a powerful execution vehicle doesn’t come modest, with costs for the GT500 beginning at $70,300 and going altogether higher with alternatives and vendor markups.
In any case, the GT500’s retail cost ought to be of no outcome to a man like Jon Gruden, lead trainer of the Las Vegas Raiders (in the past the Oakland Raiders) football crew.
Gruden marked a rewarding 10-year, $100 million agreement with the Raiders in 2018, and as a welcome-to-Vegas blessing, Southern Nevada Ford Dealers have chosen to astonish him with a shiny new, custom GT500.
Ford Country posted photographs of the vehicle handoff on its internet based life channels.
“Southern Nevada Ford Dealers officially welcomes Las Vegas Raiders Coach Jon Gruden to the Ford Family! To mark this momentous occasion, Gruden was handed the keys to an all-new 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500,” the post reads. “The Coach’s new GT500 is only the ninth model produced in a limited Shelby series nationwide and has been fully customized with racing stripes bearing the timeless Raiders colors plus a custom license plate inspired by Raiders legend Al Davis.”
The plate on the back peruses “JTWYN,” which speaks to the well known expression of previous Raiders proprietor Al Davis, “just win, baby.”
This GT500 consummately coordinates the silver and black shading plan of the Raiders, utilizing Fords’ Iconic Silver Metallic paint and black racing stripes.
“That is Henry Ruggs III horsepower right there,” regarding the group’s rapid freshman wide beneficiary who was taken in the first round of the NFL draft. The GT500 is “the best thing I will ever own, next to my Super Bowl trophy,” Gruden included.
This vehicle likewise includes the Carbon Fiber Track Package, with the enormous carbon-fiber back wing. On this specific vehicle, the back wing even says, “Raiders.”