Ford Mustangs getting up to no good at car meets have transcended most punchlines and shot straight to international meme-dom, but it doesn’t stop the whole thing from still being funny when you see it fresh. Here’s the latest one.
I don’t know how or why this happened—maybe automakers are making so much money off gray, white and silver crossovers that they just said “fuck it, why not”—but green is having something of a renaissance right now. We’ve seen more green options on new cars than we have in many years. If you ask me, the green comeback…
This is Matt Farah’s L.A.-canyon-spec Fox Body Ford Mustang, about as perfect as a 1980s Mustang can be. As is only appropriate, here it is shot by the inimitable Larry Chen using film equipment of the day.
Mustangs were first produced in 1964, and they were almost immediately modified, with the Shelby version being the most famous. But countless other variants also were built, including the California Special, which Ford dealers actually had to petition the company to build. And now, the 2019 Mustang, the California…
Barn find cars are the archeological expeditions of the car world. Instead of a fedora, whip and Harrison Ford, these digs often involve standing in a shed and googling “Mustang VIN decoder” while a pigeon silently judges you from the rafters.
Ford introduced the latest edition of its Bullitt Mustang inspired by the 1968 Steve McQueen classic cop flick at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, the first of which went to auction and sold for $300,000. But there was a fast, cooler car in that movie—the 1968 Dodge Charger that’s also in the famous chase sequence. And…
It’s hard to believe, but a Mustang has been booked. Twenty-nine year old Shelby Mustang Gt 500 Miller was arrested in Baxter County, Arkansas on Friday, Feb. 5 and released on a $450 bond.
The older I get, the more I try and subscribe to the “you do you” ethos when it comes to taste in cars. Stance? Sure, bud. Everything Liberty Walk does? If you enjoy it, why not! Donks? They’re part of a thriving culture most people don’t even bother to understand. But this... this 1997 Mazda Miata that’s been…
This gorgeous first-year Ford Mustang was stolen from a garage in Los Angeles on Friday, and the owner wants to know what happened to their pride and joy weekend ride. This is a minty four-owner fastback pony car, and they’re rightly freaking out about the car having gone missing. The police report has been filed, but…
Forget the fad diets and the workout plan. There’s only one way to make 2018 better than 2017, and that is five liters of American V8 power under your right foot at all times. It won’t even cost a lot—have you seen how cheap the last-generation Ford Mustang GT is these days?
Ford rolled out the 2019 Mustang Bullitt edition at the 2018 NAIAS in Detroit last week. Pricing for the special edition Mustang hasn’t been revealed yet but the very first Bullitt Edition just sold for a fair bit above MSRP.
With The Blue Oval announcing the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt this week, I couldn’t help but look back at the other two Bullitt edition Mustangs: the 2001 fourth-generation model and the 2008 fifth-gen, the latter of which I think is one of the best Mustang designs of the past 40 years.
Hm, you might say. I can think of many more cars that “needed” more horsepower than the GT500, which last had 662 horsepower and will soon have something in the 700 range. The Toyota 86, the Subaru CrossTrek, come to mind. Nah. No car makes you need more power than the GT500.
Ford trotted out the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, along with a highly special guest: the original Mustang used in the 1968 Steve McQueen film, Bullitt. Jalopnik’s on-hand photographer Kurt Bradley got a close look at the iconic car that was, until just a few years ago, thought to be lost.
The Shelby GT500—an insanely powerful version of the Mustang pony car—bowed out when the new generation car launched for 2015. But now it has returned starting in 2019 as a 2020 model year, and it’s set to be the most powerful street-legal Ford ever with over 700 horsepower.
Ford has promised a Ford F-150 Hybrid and a battery electric performance car to be called the “Mach 1” for 2020. The company’s presentation at the Detroit Auto Show inferred the car would be a Mustang variant, but now Ford’s people imply it’s an SUV instead.
The 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt has shown up just in time for the 50th anniversary of the film and its epic car chase scene. Between the green paint, dark grille and signature fuel cap, I think Steve McQueen himself would be stoked to jump it off some steep streets.
It’s 1983 and you have a brand new Mustang GT. What are you gonna do with it? Drive erratically in a foundry of course. That’s what this car was made to do. There’s nothing more badass than sitting stationary in a shower of sparks.
Nearly 20 years ago, an 11-second car was fast. It’s still fast now, but back in the early 2000s, if you had a 11-second car, your shit was fast. Now it’s 2018 and a stock Mustang GT that you could walk off the lot with today can lay down an 11-second quarter mile like it’s nothing. What a time to be alive.