When Ford (F) released the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500, car enthusiasts quickly learned that it was the most powerful street-legal car from the automaker at 760 horsepower. Now, Ford has announced the GT500’s zero-to-100-to-zero mph racing speed.

Thanks to the 5.2-liter V8 engine that is mated to a Temec seven-speed dual-clutch transmission equipped with larger 16.5-inch front brake rotors, the Shelby GT500 can hit zero-to-100-to-zero mph in 10.6 seconds, Ford said.

“In many ways, this is like having two transmissions in one,” Pat Morgan, Ford Performance powertrain manager said. “On one hand, it enables performance at the outer reaches of straight-line quickness with minimal torque interruption, yet provides an incredible amount of finesse and control in track environments for maximum stability and predictability at the limits of lateral acceleration.”

The computer-controlled transmission is designed to deliver continuous power and torque versus a manual transmission, which allows it to upshift in 80 milliseconds. The Shelby GT500 also has five drive modes to “optimize” the dual-clutch transmission, providing normal to drag mode driving.

“The range of brute-force drag acceleration, seamless road shifts and amazingly smooth shifts on the track further highlights how the soul of the Shelby GT500 is elevated in our most advanced Mustang ever,” Ed Krenz, Ford Performance chief program engineer said.

The 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 is expected to be at dealerships this fall.

Shares of Ford stock was up 2.76 percent as of 3:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday.