In what could very well be its final model year, the S550 generation Mustang is undergoing a number of changes. Ford has previously unveiled the Stealth Edition, Ice White Edition and California Special equipped with the GT Performance Package, but further revisions are underway for the 2022MY ‘Stang. In addition to losing 10 horsepower and 10 lb-ft for the GT and Mach 1 versions, the sports car is also dropping the Pony pack.
Released in July 2017 for the 2018MY EcoBoost Premium model, the optional Pony Pack costs $ 995 for the 2021MY Mustang and is essentially a skin kit. It features 19 inch alloy rims with polished finish, different front grille with pony badge with corral design, side stripes, rear three bar pony badge, carpeted floor mats with an embroidered ebony pony, as well as a shiny waistline and window surround in the case of the fastback body style.
According to Ford Authority, it is leaving for 2022 and is indirectly replaced by another appearance package. The same source reports that Ford will launch a Coastal Limited package for the same Mustang EcoBoost Premium. Equipped with the new optional kit, the rear-wheel-drive sports coupe will receive 19-inch mechanical face alloys in Ternished Dark.
The scuff plates will read “Coastal Limited” and the front fascia will feature a body color grille. The upgrades will be complemented by body scratches, side scoops and a pedestal rear spoiler. It’s unclear how much that will cost, but opting for the Coastal Limited package means you won’t be able to order the 2022 Mustang with any of the following options:
- 2.3L High Performance Package
- EcoBoost management pack
- Black accent set
- Wheel and band assembly
- Stealth package
- Ice White Appearance Package
- “Over the Top” running tape
- Spoiler removal option
Expect the seventh-gen, possibly all-wheel-drive model to arrive for the 2023 model year, and there are already rumors of a non-SUV electric Mustang scheduled to go into production at the end of this year. 2028.