Originally Posted by SWP n Gold
I forgot where I read it, but it looks like the EcoBoost 4-cylinder model is going to cost a little more than the N/A V6 model, then will come the GT with the supposedly unchanged 5.0L. And there is still speculation about this unknown smaller-displacement high-output EcoBoost V6 codenamed "Nano"; it would be nice if that were the 6-cylinder option instead of just bringing back the N/A 3.7L.
On a side note, the Cobra Jet just got an EcoBoost TT setup. Since the fate of the Boss 302 and GT500 are undecided for the 2015 model, they should use the EcoBoost 5.0 in the next generation GT500 in my opinion.
I would be amazed if the BOSS goes FI. The whole selling point behind the car is that it's a N/A Coyote cranked to 11.
I don't think the GT500 is destined for a twin-turbo setup. Sticking with a supercharger is much more likely.