MACH I Member
Joined: Nov 2009
Between the drivetrain loss and the added wt. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the 2015 were slower. But when you add in the decreased in nvh better hahandling, more advanced electronics, line lock, launch control, larger tires, larger brakes, possibly improved aerodynamics, stiffer chassis, better wt distribution, there is little doubt the 2015 will be a much improved car.
2011 Shelby GT 500: C&L CAI, Roush GT 500 Performance axlebacks, Steeda 2.65 Supercharger pulley with idler/belt tensioner, Ford SVT Custom Racing Tune, SVT package, Glass roof, Tech package
Gone: 2011 GT/CS Black
Gone: 2010 Sterling Gray GT, Track Pack