Hot Wheels 2018 Ford Mustang GT (Red)

The Ford Mustang GT is a sixth generation Mustang which was released globally in 2018. The real car is shown below for comparison with the Hot Wheels version.

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Other than the 2018 Ford Mustang GT, there is another special model released in the same year. If you have watched the movie ‘Bullitt, you may be interested to know that Ford had also unveiled a limited edition Bullitt model at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show to commemorate the movie’s 50th anniversary. The color is super stunning that it would be great to have Hot Wheels produce this in its 1:64 scale version as well.

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Now back to 2018 Ford Mustang GT, the first release of Hot Wheels 2018 Ford Mustang GT was in the same year the road going car was released. They came in two colors which were blue and red. This year, it will be orange color.

Hot Wheels released this red 2018 Ford Mustang GT under the Muscle Mania 9/10 series.


While some carded pack has some detailed description of the car at the back of the pack, this one does not have any.


At the front of the HW 2018 Ford Mustang GT, the headlights are not detailed. There is also no sign of the tampo Mustang logo. The front grille and splitter are similar to the road going version.


From the top view, black stripes on the hood can be seen. A thick black strip at the rear marks the rear spoiler.


From the side views, hot wheels logos can be seen near the A-pillars. Black stripes decorate the sides like the above real life car. Fuel lid is visible. Wheels are black 10SPB. The front seat can be seen clearly from this angle as there is no window except a small cut of tinted window after the door.


Front quarter views from left and right angles.


It is hard to capture picture of the black interior through the smoky black tinted windows. Hence, we tried to capture from this angle for your sneak peek into the interior. A better view will be to hold the Hot Wheels and look through the window at any angle to see the interior πŸ˜‰


A closer look!


Rear quarter views from left and right angles.


A peek into the front seat if you can πŸ˜‰


The rear has no detailed taillights. No tampo on the number plate as well.


The base is made of plastic in black color. It is β€œMade in Malaysia”.


Sayyyy Cheeeeeesssseeee! ‘Click! Click!’


Now that the photo is ready for the red envelope….with the Hot Wheels in there… wrapped with a little ribbon….and finally, ready to go and put a smile on my Mustang friend’s face. Can’t wait! πŸ™‚


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  1. Oh my!  I really wish I know alot about cars. But I actually love the way you gave details about the car. Taking your time to explain each view. It’s really amazing and cute. And I must say the toy car sure looks alot like the real one. And the packaging with the red ribbon? Really cute. Thank you for sharing this.

    • Thank you for visiting us, Owillz. Please feel free to browse around our website and have a wonderful experience 😊

      Cheers, Rac

  2. I just love the Ford Mustang. A ford would have been my first car but I went for a Honda instead. Speaking of these cute toy cars especially this red one. My God – son would love it. I’m just wondering why they did not include any head lights or rear lights on the toy car. Does it have a little battery run engine? 

    • Hi, Juliet. Hot Wheels do put in details on headlights and rear lights for some cars but not this one. This diecast does not have a battery run engine. Hope you have a great time ☺️

      Cheers, Rac

  3. Hi! Mustang was introduced as a 1965 model year vehicle back on April 17, 1964. So in 2015, Mustang was celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. For this special occasion, the sixth generation was released.

    And we arrive 2018 and these 2 models you have mentioned have come out. I’d like to have a road going Mustang. And I’ll definitely add this 1:64 scale version to my collection first. Thanks for including pics. 

    • Hi, Henry. It’s awesome if you have a road going Mustang and its mini version collection. Do send some pics when you have them side by side. That will be cool 😎 

      Cheers, Rac

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