Ford development engineers had the misfortune this week of rolling by a convoy of car journalists who happened to be testing the new Mercedes-AMG GT C within the same space close to Prescott, Ariz. However, they were chased down their team of vehicles to induce the shots of this Shelby GT350R mule with significant camouflage on the front side, the rims, and a little round the rear bumper.

It was reported by Ford Authority that a possible Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang mule has been seen in Arizona.  It was rumored that the Shelby GT500 Mustang could possibly be one of the sixth-generation Camaro ZL1. The photos show larger, higher and lower grilles, apart from a raised hood, which means forced induction is probably going to play with this potential GT500.

The big question is in fact, what Shelby is it? It's clear by the wing and badges that it absolutely was a GT350R and also the high-revving 5.2-liter V-8 was the full song. Nevertheless, with all that camo draped on the side, it suggests one in every of 2 things: that this can be some form of 350R variant,  presumably a good higher-spec track model or a mule for the long-rumored GT500.

According to Motor Trend, there seems to be a far larger grille and lower front air dam, in addition to a better hood, that may mean that the flat plane crank V-8 has been fitted with a compressor. Additionally, it was caught testing with a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, a sign of benchmark testing of the automobile.

Given the recent flap over GT350s warming at the track, it's quite doable, but that can be simply Ford testing a fix to help to cool to the GT350. Whatever it is, Ford has one thing change of state below the hood of the Shelby Mustang, and it shouldn't be long before we all know precisely what it's.