Ford sued for selling the Mustang Shelby GT350’s like a version track-ready


Ford Mustang Shelby GT350.

Several owners of the Mustang Shelby GT350 has filed a class-action lawsuit against Ford for fraud and breach of warranty, alleging that the sport can not be used with safety circuit. According to the lawsuit, the GT350 does not have the elements necessary for an intensive use on the track, which causes it can’t be used really in circuit.

demand pointing to the absence of cooling systems for the transmission and rear differential, once they try to use in circuit overheat excessively and quickly, causing the vehicle to enter safe mode. Once activated the security protocol, the model loses speed rapidly to become almost inert.

On the road this can be a dangerous thing, but in circuit, if you are sharing the track with other vehicles (which is the most common) is runs the risk of becoming an obstacle to other drivers, that go at a higher speed.


According to Ford, the GT350 is the version track-ready Mustang I SAW.

According to the lawsuit, Ford builds a lot of complaints from customers in this regard, and is widely informed of the problem. However, it has not been put a solution and the vehicle continues to be offered as a sporty, ready for track.

In fact, the model was offered from the start as the variant prepared for circuit the Mustang I SAW, both the GT350 as the GT350R, much more radical and prepared for the circuit. This last is not mentioned in the demand.

customers demand the reimbursement of the money, as well as a compensation and
a speedy solution for vehicles that are in use, stating that
Ford announced and sold this version knowing that I was not going to be able to be
used really on track. Ford at the moment, has not made
no statement