Ford has officially taken the wraps off its revised 2011 Mustang V6 and GT models, but has kept silent on the pricing front. However, thanks to a leaked document, we now have the low down on what the new Mustang models will cost when they roll into showrooms nationwide.

According to a document that surfaced on the enthusiast site The Mustang Source, the base model 2011 Mustang V6 coupe will arrive in Ford showrooms with a sticker price of $22,995, including an $850 destination charge. Although that's $750 more than the outgoing model, the 2011 V6 model comes packing 95 more horsepower and an extra forward gear.

The Mustang V6 convertible matches the coupe's $750 price bump, carrying an MSRP of $27,995. Adding the Premium package to either V6 model adds $3,700 to the bottom line.

The Mustang GT coupe will crack the $30,000 mark for the 2011 model year, carrying a suggested retail price of $30,495. Although that's a rather significant $1,250 price increase over the 2010 Mustang GT coupe, it still undercuts the Chevrolet Camaro SS by $1,300.

For those wanting unlimited headroom and Ford's new 5.0L V8, dealers will gladly exchange the 2011 Mustang GT convertible for $35,495. Ford's premium package can also be had on either Mustang GT model, adding about $3,200 to the take home price.

Several other options will be available on the 2011 Ford Mustang models, including a $995 automatic transmission option and a $2,340 infotainment bundle with navigation.