Stop whatever it is you’re doing and load up Ford’s online configurator for the 2015 Mustang and build your perfect pony car today. Yes, Ford Motor Company’s [NYSE:F] configurator for the 2015 Mustang is now live and includes information on all the options as well as pricing for the car.

As previously reported, a base 2015 Mustang fastback coupe equipped with a 3.7-liter V-6 and six-speed manual transmission will set you back $24,425. The turbocharged, four-cylinder Mustang EcoBoost will set you back $25,995, and the V-8-powered Mustang GT will set you back $32,925. If you still have cash to spare, Ford also offers a Mustang GT Premium model, which costs $36,925. All prices include Ford’s standard $825 destination charge.

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Interestingly, Ford is only offering its 2015 Mustang Convertible in base, EcoBoost and GT Premium trim levels. The price of the Mustang Convertible is $5,500 on top of the price for a comparable coupe.

Once you’ve picked your ideal model, it’s time to choose all the options and accessories. There are also different wheels to choose from, enhanced security packages and plenty of cabin upgrades. At the end, Ford provides you with a quick summary, which you can either give to your local Blue Oval dealer or share on Facebook to show all of your friends.

Now the wait is on for Ford’s confirmation of performance specs for the 2015 Mustang before deliveries of the car commence in the fall. Ford promises that the V-6 will deliver more than 300 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, the EcoBoost four more than 305 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque, and the V-8 more than 420 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque.

Standard across the range is fully independent suspension at both ends; keyless entry and push-button start; the latest SYNC interface system with new AppLink technology; display screens in the instrument cluster and center console; a reversing camera; leather trim on the steering wheel; eight airbags; and high-intensity discharge headlights.


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