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Ford Mustang GTD may not be road-legal in all EU countries

The hottest, most track-focused Mustang, the Mustang GTD, is now available in Europe. Ford has started accepting orders for the car, but there’s a problem. The company says it may not be road-legal in all EU countries.

The Mustang GTD is currently undergoing homologation testing in Europe. It is expected to receive its certification soon but, in some countries, it might be categorized as a track-only model, which means customers won’t be able to register it to use it on public roads.

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That’s a huge bummer, given the fact that the Mustang GTD costs more than $500,000 in some EU countries. According to the official price list, the GTD is priced at €525,500 in Austria, which is approximately $562,300. Now, that’s a lot for a Mustang.

The Mustang GTD is touted as America’s answer to the Porsche 911 GT3. It is powered by a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine that makes more than 800 hp. The engine revs to 7500 rpm and is mated to an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Would you prefer it over a GT3? Let us know in the comments.

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