Ford builds one-off Mustang Shelby GT500 'Venom' for charity
Proceeds will help fund research for juvenile diabetes.
Ford has revealed a one-off 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 to support research for juvenile diabetes.
Customization is relatively limited for a one-off charity build, focusing on a unique 'Venom' metallic charcoal exterior paint and a pair of black racing stripes.
The GT500 has been configured with the carbon-fiber track package, including composite wheels, Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, rear-seat delete, Recaro-trimmed leather seats and a GT4 track wing.
Ford and the JDRF hope to sell 75,000 raffle tickets for an annual fundraising event. Tickets can be purchased for $10 until November 10.