The Mustang Bullitt starts at $ 47,705 dollars, or most of any non-Shelby Mustang, and as such, Ford is likely to make a decent profit on each one. However, according to a report this week, Ford has finished making the Mustang Bullitt.
The new Mustang Mach 1 is apparently the intended compensation; the latest iteration of the Mustang Bullitt has reportedly been dead for several weeks.
According to Ford Authority:
The Ford Authority has now confirmed with Mustang spokesman Berj Alexanian that the latest Ford Mustang Bullitt rolled off the line at the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant late last year.
The latest Ford Mustang Bullitt was produced in just two model years – 2019 and 2020 – but was unveiled at the 2018 North American International Auto Show along with one of the original 1968 movie cars.
When we are going to see the Bullitt return, there are some who are guessing, but maybe it will happen when the next generation, S650 2023 Ford Mustang arrives, which is supposed to happen in 2022.
My former boss drove the Mustang Bullitt 2019 once and quite enjoyed it; it always seemed like an expensive way to play Steve McQueen, and perhaps part of the reason it disappears is that fewer and fewer people are interested in doing so. Highland Green remains unpredictable, but so do 480 horsepower made from its 5.0-liter V8, as does the six-speed manual. Wait a few years, then you will probably be able to get one of these for half of what they cost new.