June 6th I picked up a 2018 Mustang GT PP 400A option, magnetic gray with black Recaro seats. Absolutely love the car in it's entirety. Is it that much different than the 2017 I had, indeed! Starting from the tires up, I'm use to the Michelin 4s the 2018's come with, as I had them on my 2017 for about a year on a non-PP vehicle. With the grip, noise and durability I became a fan of Michelin tires rather quickly. Because I live in Texas the tires PSI are 43-45 hot, I need to pay attention too them in the morning to see where they are. Magna-Ride is noticeable to me, coming from a non-performance vehicle and no suspension modifications. When I say noticeable , I'm referring to the daily driving of the vehicle in sport mode. Very smooth coming from the factory. Probably Sunday I'll get to switch into Track mode and test the difference in that area of the cars performance. The suspension as a whole still needs work to the IRS. I had the BMR lockout on my previous car and I still noticed the wheel hop until I switched tires. Then 80% of that went away. This time around, I'll have a whole weekend to listen to the new car and have an instructor drive it as well to get his/her input. I don't think I'll go with the BMR product this time around and go right into the Rear Subframe bushing kit, Diff bushing kit and Cortex Monoball kit. Switch to the GT350R springs and I'll be good for awhile. Brakes are a big difference in stopping this fatty girl from excess speeds I've tried on the highway. While I was switching OEM pads to track pads, I put on some new rotors and damn those things are heavy. Comparing the 4pot brakes on a non-PP car to the 6pots with G-Loc 16's, gives me a piece of mind of stopping on a dime. Stainless steel lines went in to replace the OEM hoses which feels different to me. Can't explain it, but feels different. Clutch is a dramatic improvement with the MT82-D4 for daily driving. For me so far, I feel the gear ratios are just right. Seeing others response on the MT82-D4 on the track is something I'll get to experience this weekend. 2nd gear is long, 3rd is short as hell and with 4th being 1:1 this fatty girl hauls ass! Interior is far superior to the 15-17 with the material they used, steering wheel and seats. Only two things I cant stand is the seat belt staying put on the Recaros and keep hitting the wrongs buttons on the steering wheel. The body/body lines grow on me every time I look at it. In person it is a beautiful car! The paint is better, panel fitment is better and the view over the hood has gotten better. Even the notorious hood flap from the 15-17 have been eliminated on the 18. Car drives beautifully, handles the roads graciously as a pony car could. I have no complaints!