Ford Mustang Bullitt vs Chevrolet Camaro 2SS
While the Camaro follows a futuristic approach to styling, like the Transformers movies it has been in, Mustang Bullitt has gone full retro with the exterior. A way out of this retrogressive dilemma is a quick peek under the hood. The Mustang packs a 5.0L engine which produces more power than the Camaro's 6.2L V8. however, the Chevy manages to take the lead in the sprint to 60mph.
Against the track-ready cabin of the Mustang Bullitt, you'd need to equip your Camaro with the 1LE track pack, which takes the price up by $7,000. If you're not hell-bent over the Bullitt edition, the Camaro is the better pony of the two.
Ford Mustang Bullitt vs Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack
The Dodge has a larger engine block, more power, faster 0-60 mph, faster quarter mile, and a much lower price. However, for the additional price, the Mustang offers history and heritage. The Mustang Bullitt will surely hold its value through the years as compared to the more common Challenger. If you ignore the facts and figures, the Mustang Bullitt is much more fun to drive through the corners, or perform donuts and burnouts at your local drag strip.
The interior of the Mustang feels much more driver-centric and premium compared to the Challenger R/T Scat Pack. It is visually more attractive, with sleek body lines, unlike the bulky Challenger.
Ford Mustang Bullitt vs BMW M2 Competition
The German muscle coupe is BMW's answer to the American muscle. 2020 M2 Competition comes with a detuned twin-turbo inline-6 engine from the M4, producing 406 hp. Although the Mustang Bullitt produces massive 480 hp from the V8, the M2 is faster to the mile-a-minute mark.
Exterior styling is completely subjective here, the M2 is a thoroughbred Bimmer, which loves to push out the rear, while the Mustang Bullitt is a beautifully crafted muscle car. On the inside, you'd find better materials in the Bimmer, compared to the Ford.