Ford said Wednesday its 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 will have 760 horsepower and 625 foot-pounds of torque.
The Detroit automaker debuted the car in January, saying it would be the carmaker's most powerful street-legal car yet, capable of reaching 60 mph in the "mid-3 second range." The GT500 features a 5.2 liter V-8 engine and is projected to be able to complete a quarter mile in under 11 seconds.
The new Mustang is not available for order yet, but it will be in dealerships this fall, according to spokesperson Daniel Barbossa. The third-generation GT500 also has a carbon fiber track package without a rear seat to reduce weight.
The GT500 will likely be seen as a competitor to Dodge's Challenger Hellcat, which Fiat Chrysler said also surpasses 700 horsepower. The 2019 Mustang GT350 features 526 horsepower, according to Ford's website.
Ford announced last year it would reduce its car lineup in North America, but its iconic Mustang remains part of the auto giant's plans.