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If you're a little let down that Joe Walsh's (at least) 39-year-old Maserati will outrun the brand-new Shelby, don't be. The cost associated with engineering a 200-mph car versus a 180-mph car is not insignificant, and it likely allowed for the wiggle room to include such performance-enhancing features as a dual-clutch automatic transmission and a rear wing borrowed from the Mustang GT4 racer.

The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Aerodynamics in Photos

The Shelby GT500 will deliver the goods in corners, not just a straight line.

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