The Mustang will enter its seventh generation with sales beginning in Summer, 2023. The new design brings the Mustang some desperately needed updates. Amid its many style and powertrain, change is a fresh roster of offerings for those with a true need for speed. Both Mustang GT and EcoBoost models will offer an optional Performance Pack equipment upgrade. The Performance Pack adds a front strut-tower brace, Torsen limited-slip differential, wider wheels and tires, larger Brembo brakes, and a MagneRide active-dampening suspension. Optional Recaro buckets and an active exhaust are also available for the performance-minded. Additionally, Ford offers a Performance Electronic Parking Brake that looks like a traditional lever-action handbrake and is said to make the Mustang easier to drift. An all-new Mustang Dark Horse track-ready model has also been added to the ranks, toting a more sinister 500-hp Coyote V-8 engine and a direct line to the Ford Performance parts bin with leaner and meaner equipment upgrades.