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The arrival of the 2018 model year brought a host of changes to the Ford Mustang: styling tweaks, more power for the GT’s V-8, a 10-speed automatic, and new available features including a multimode exhaust system, magnetorheological dampers, a digital instrument cluster, Recaro seats, and more. But the highlights are the two new option packages that fill in some of the white space between the GT model and the Shelby GT350: the GT Performance Package and the even harder-core—if unimaginatively named—Performance Package Level 2, which recently went on sale and which we’ve now driven for the first time.

Both focus primarily on the chassis. They feature specific suspension, steering, and ABS tuning; new 19-inch wheels; upgraded brakes (15.0-inch front rotors with six-piston Brembo calipers); a Torsen limited-slip differential; and an underbody K-brace, strut-tower brace, and front-subframe brace. A chief differentiator for the Performance Package Level 2 is its wider, stickier rubber. Whereas the GT Performance Package gets 275/40R-19 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires on 9.0-by-19-inch front and 9.5-by-19-inch rear wheels, the Level 2 jumps to 305/30R-19 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2s on 10.5-inch-wide rollers up front and 11.0-inchers at the rear (the GT350 has the same tires and the same size front wheels). In addition to more grip, the lower-profile tires give the Level 2 a slightly lower ride height.

The Level 2 also comes standard with the magnetorheological dampers—they’re optional with the GT Performance Package—along with spring rates that are 20 percent stiffer up front and 13 percent firmer at the rear. The Level 2’s anti-roll bars are beefier, too, the front by 12 percent and the rear—which switches from a tubular bar to a solid one—by 67 percent. The Level 2 also gets a larger front splitter (said to be good for up to 60 pounds of downforce) and a modified rear spoiler. Unlike the GT Performance bundle, the Level 2 stuff is available only on the coupe and exclusively with the six-speed manual transmission.

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