If you’ve driven a recent Mustang, I’m sure you came away with the same thought that everyone has: it looks good, drives great, sure, but where’s all the hair? Finally, this colossal oversight is being addressed, thanks to the crack team of car re-stylists at Vilner Beijing, who have finally made a Mustang that…
You won’t be getting a flying car in two years, and you definitely won’t be getting one from Ford anytime remotely soon. Why? Because chairman Bill Ford knows how much people suck at driving. At least he’s honest.
The only thing more embarrassing than showing off by drifting your Mustang in front of a Lamborghini dealership is subsequently crashing into that Lamborghini dealership after telling your friends to record you.
Last week a ratty old Mustang was dragged out of a Mexican junkyard that may in fact be the car from Steve McQueen’s Bullitt. Experts now seem pretty certain it’s the real deal. Given McQueens’s god-like status among car guys and the movie’s 50th anniversary coming up, who wants to play Price Is Right?
We know that the Ford Mustang GT350 is a fire-breathing monster of a muscle car producing 529 horsepower from a flat-plane crank V8 and a remarkable 8,250 RPM rev limit. But did you know it has holes in the exhaust tips? If you’re thinking they’re for exhaust gases or fluids or even for a thermodynamic function,…
The Great North American Mustang is a beautiful, powerful, but voracious beast. Normally, crowds at American Cars and Coffee meetups are enough to sate their crowd-hunger, but it now appears they have expanded their hunting grounds South of the U.S. border. Specifically, into the city of Rio Bravo, in Mexico.
After watching this Mustang freak out at the last second while being driven into a trailer, like a dog violently refusing to go into the bathtub, I’d like to officially declare that Mustangs are cursed.
The sixth-gen Ford Mustang was the first truly “global” pony Ford ever released, making its way to 140 markets and even stealing the sports coupe sales crown in Germany. But while selling globally means more sales, it also means passing crash tests around the world, and, based on these new European NCAP crash results,…
The facelifted 2018 Ford Mustang has been revealed, and, um?
The only thing worse than winter driving in a RWD Mustang is probably winter driving in a RWD Mustang that can’t get over the train crossing, when a train is coming.
In a move all but guaranteed to ruin many, many monitors via surprised spit-takes, Ford has announced that there will be hybrid versions of some of their most iconic cars, including a hybrid Ford Mustang and a hybrid F-150. These would have been punchline-grade ideas in the very recent past, but Ford seems committed…
I can hardly believe my eyes. This is truly something that I don’t think has ever happened before. Ever.
Between the grumbly V8 in the Mustang GT and the small but potent four-cylinder in the Mustang EcoBoost, it’s sometimes hard to remember the odd V6 middle child. A lot of people have even wondered if the V6 would be phased out eventually. Now, one forum user reports that may happen before the 2018 Mustangs roll out.
Mustangs aren’t all bad! They’re actually quite photogenic when they’re sitting still. Just look at this one. It doesn’t look like it wants to eat your friends and family. It actually looks quite nice and happy.
A 19-year old with some kind of savage, magic 2011 Mustang was reportedly clocked doing 208 MPH on Kilpatrick Turnpike in Oklahoma City. There’s no question that anyone doing 208 in a Mustang on public roads is an idiot who’s incredibly lucky they don’t kill themselves or anyone else. But there is a question about…
After decades of being teased by the cheap thrills of American pony cars, Europeans can finally buy brand new Ford Mustangs of their very own. Great news for fans across the Atlantic! Except their version isn’t quite as good. Or affordable.
Many modern track cars are offered with a dual-clutch transmission, but not the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350! No, only a 6-speed manual has been good enough for the GT350. At least until Ford dropped a 7-speed DCT into the new Ford GT and then (reportedly) got an idea.