The launch of the seventh-generation Mustang is fast approaching, and as the stampede draws closer, official starting prices have been announced.

The 2024 Mustang EcoBoost fastback will start at $30,920 before delivery, with the V8-powered GT fastback starting at $41,495. The top dog– er, pony, the Dark Horse, starts at $57,970 before delivery. Currently, buying a Mustang means also tacking on an additional $1,395 to cover destination charges. It’s unclear what the destination charge for the 2024 model will be.

The base EcoBoost is powered by a 2.3-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, putting out 315 horsepower. We don’t know every last piece of standard technology, but some of the highlights on the Ford site include CO-PILOT360 Technology and a 12.4-inch LCD digital cluster. Stepping up to the EcoBoost premium fastback will include approach lighting, a curved display containing the 12.4-inch instrument panel and 13.2-inch infotainment screen, and wireless charging. This model starts at $36,445.

The GT fastback comes, of course, with the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, cranking out 480 horsepower. The manual six-speed with rev matching is included as standard, though we know a 10-speed automatic can be had for an undisclosed price. The GT premium fastback, retailing for $46,015 before delivery, will include ambient lighting, aluminum pedals and scuff plates, and more.

Like previous models, the Mustang can also be had as a convertible, though these drop tops come only as premium models. The EcoBoost convertible starts at $41,945, and the GT premium convertible starts at $51,515.

We’ve reported on the Dark Horse before, so we won’t go into too much detail here. The highlights include a 500 horsepower variant of the 5.0-liter V8, still naturally aspirated. This time around, the manual transmission is the Tremec six-speed used in the most recent GT350 and Mach 1. The MagneRide Damping System is also standard.

We’re eager to get behind the wheel of this seventh-gen pony, and we’ll be sure to bring you along for the ride, so stay tuned to MotorWeek!