I'm not a huge fan of CGI in car chases since it seems half assed a lot of the time. But if you combine the Transfagarasan Highway in Romania, some sort of insane death machine from the future, and a Boss Mustang, I think I can accept that.
Of all the variants of the Ford Mustang, the Boss 302 is probably our favorite. It's lighter, it's faster, hell, it even looks better.
The Detroit Auto Show doesn't open for the press until Sunday but our own Ray Wert managed to pry himself away from his busy schedule of eating Greek salads at Leo's Coney Island to snag these first photos of the Mustang Boss 302 in its new "Gotta Have It Green" paint job. Sometimes it is easy being green.
Writer Shane McGlaun never expected his decision to buy a 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 to turn into the story of a guy winning a lottery, for better and worse. — Ed.
Ford's not yet released official production numbers for the new Mustang Boss 302. However, Borders, the bookstore chain, has posted a listing of a new book which might have accidentally slipped the size of Ford's new Boss-man.
Australians think Ford is secretly telling them a supercharged 5.0 V8 is both awesome and headed their way. [GoAuto]
Ford's unveiled a fully-upgraded 2012 Mustang Boss 302 with a revised-intake 5.0-liter V8 delivering 440 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque, upgraded clutch, brakes, adjustable suspension, bitchin' side pipes and race-inspired interior. Very boss, indeed.