A trailer’s just a trailer, but the first clip for Kidnap casts Halle Berry as some kind of avenging-mom Steve McQueen, racing the wrong way on an exit ramp and bashing through SUVs while chasing a... crappy turquoise Mustang with no plates, which somehow can miraculously outrun her minivan—or can it?
Police in Danville, Illinois are reporting minor injuries after a “scary train of events” that led to this Mustang being lodged under the trailer of a big rig on Highway 36. They’re still trying to figure out what exactly happened.
(No, of course not.)
If you’re having a great day today, just take your cursor and click the “X” at the top of the screen, otherwise you’ll lose faith in humanity watching a bunch of yahoos yell at each other in a Texas parking lot after a woman apparently smashed her Mustang into a gas station.
A Mustang GT350 had a major engine failure at Roebling Road Raceway in Georgia, sending a bunch of oil out of its oil filter adapter housing—oil that eventually touched something hot, and turned into a massive fireball. Here are some photos of the blaze and the aftermath, which can best be described thusly: holy shit.
We, as Americans, love excess. There’s no getting around it. We love huge TVs, huge houses, big food and big horsepower. And the 2013 Shelby Mustang GT500 is the embodiment of that love.
Right now, there are few greater threats to public safety than a Ford Mustang exiting a Cars and Coffee. To combat this national crisis, I recently filmed a video that shows Mustang owners how to leave cars and coffee events in a safe, delicate manner that doesn’t cause any form of ruckus. I did this in an 850…
Prepare your bodies for some very purple Shelby Mustang hotness.
Everybody loves a good “Ford Mustangs eat people” joke, but holy hell this hit-and-run is disturbing.
Occasionally, it’s entirely appropriate to drop whatever your holding, look straight into the eyes of whoever’s closest to you, and ask “what the fuck is wrong with people?” This incident between a Mustang and a motorcycle is one of those times.
Wide open highway, hundreds of horsepower at your feet, the stage is set for a really good few seconds of on-ramp fun. Nope!
A few months ago, I wrote about my secret sixth car: a 1966 Ford Mustang that I had purchased for my brother (who lives overseas). Well, two years ago, my parents put the pony in storage in Virginia. Now it’s time to track it down and see if it’s still in one piece.
Holy crap, just watch that little Mini. If you, for some reason, ever forget what the word ‘plucky’ means, just imagine this video. That little Mini has an engine a fraction of the size of that Mustang’s V8, and tires that could fit in the Mustang’s glovebox, but sticks to that pony car like stench on stink. It’s my…
The sixth-gen model was the first Mustang designed to compete in the European market. After five decades of forbidden fruit, the Europeans finally get their American freedom-machine, and boy are they liking it. Especially Germany, where the pony out-sold all other sports cars last month.
Social media is the medium you use to impress acquaintances you haven’t interacted with in years and share that one decent looking pasta dish you managed not to nuke - but that’s not the best part. The most satisfying part of the social media experience by far is that perfectly hilarious, give-no-fucks meme concocted…
Now, before we’re quick to condemn the driver of this Ford Mustang, we have to look at the whole situation here: daytime, in clear weather with great visibility, in a well-maintained modern car, and a dry, smooth, completely flat and straight road free of any traffic in the lanes. So, you know, with all those factors,…