And that engine probably costs more than a Mustang does fresh off the showroom floor.
True, but likey thats all due to Ferrari exclusivity. Not because its necessarily worth that much per engine, but its because Ferrari can charge it.
Its base architecture and design. Fords got the block, heads and cams to make power, the flat plane crank (for engine volumetric efficiency) and anti vibration R&D is what was needed. Sounds like its been worked out.