The Mustang GT badge at the rear is replaced by a Bullitt black circular design, while at the front there’s no Mustang, just a black grille between those mean headlamps. The dark “Highland green” exterior paint is offset by bright red callipers in the huge wheels.
Inside, the green theme continues with bright green mood lighting and matching digital graphics on the instruments. There’s also green stitching on the large Recaro seats, which fold forwards to give passengers access to the two rear seats.
The sweetest design nod to 1968 is the white cue-ball gearknob on the six-speed ‘box. There’s also a large Bullitt badge and silver panel on the passenger side of the dash, to enhance the retro feel.
Ford’s SYNC 3 infotainment system is intuitive, if a little old-fashioned in its graphics, and there’s Apple CarPlay on offer, as well as a rear-view camera. Ford’s Bang and Olufsen 1,000W premium audio system is well worth it.