Not all the Mustang news this week came out of New York. At the Mustang 50 celebration in Charlotte tonight, chief engineer Dave Pericak announced that when the 2015 Mustang GT arrives this fall, it'll have electronic line lock standard as part of the track apps suite.
There's been a lot of talk of the 2014.5 Mustang dropping about 400 pounds of weight to something around 3,100 lbs. Surprisingly, that's not particularly light, even for a Mustang.
The current Ford Mustang GT packs a ton of power, but at 3,600 pounds, it's far from being a lightweight. But that may change with the all-new 2015 Mustang, which is reportedly going to cut out the carbs and hit the CrossFit gym a lot harder than its predecessor.
Recently, two Mustang owners claim they got to see the 2014.5 Mustang in the flesh at a consumer clinic. They've leaked everything they know about the upcoming car and a lot of what you've heard so far may be wrong.
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