2013 Ford Mustang GT Premium Coupe 6MT, That's where the GT fits in. It is very nearly as much fun as the Boss 302 when being pushed hard, but it's far more willing to settle down and just drive. Sure, it lacks the occasion and the willingness to suddenly spring into action that make the Boss such a riot during the daily grind, but if you just want to get home, this is the way to go.
Its suspension is noticeably softer than the 302, with a higher degree of roll and vertical motion. It still feels rather planted, but it requires more thought, lacking the ability to charge into a turn. The balance is impressive, and steering with the throttle is definitely a viable option. It took some adjusting, as the crisper throttle response on the Boss made this sort of technique easier to manage. There's still plenty of feedback, owed in large part to the same heavily bolstered Recaro seats (this time wrapped in leather instead of fabric). That's a good thing, because much like the 302, the GT is pretty devoid of feedback through the steering.