We’ve had to make do with the Ford Mustang GT350 for years now. Don’t get us wrong, it’s an incredibly good car. But with Hellcats and Demons and all sorts of Camaros putting out easily north of 600 horsepower, we knew Ford had to be cooking up more. This is the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 with more than 700…
A guy racing Ford Mustang against another Mustang recently crashed into a utility pole, completely destroying the car but somehow not the driver himself, who got away easy with merely a broken jaw, some missing teeth, and a broken shoulder.
I asked an Aussie here in the office about Bathurst earlier today. His only reply was “Holden forever.” Indeed. The Ford Falcon, however, is not forever.
Ford has cut all of the cars in its American lineup in favor of trucks, SUVs, and crossovers. All cars but one, that is. And I think there’s a way to sneak a second car back in there. Or at least, half of a car.
I remember I tried drifting the entire length of the Nürburgring in Forza once. I rage-quit an eighth of the way through. But apparently, if you’re professional drifter and Formula Drift champion Vaughn Gittin Jr., you don’t need an Xbox. You can do the real thing in a 900-horsepower, modified Ford Mustang.
The Chevrolet Camaro has fallen from glory. After a five year reign over its U.S. sports car kingdom, the Camaro has been quickly usurped by the Ford Mustang—and then by the aging Dodge Challenger. Sales are decreasing by drastic amounts, and it doesn’t look like there’s going to be change in the near future.
There’s been a lot of wind whipping up the wilds of my heart. It could be this late summer heat. It could be a greater global anxiety. It could be the presence of the 2003 Ford Mustang Mach 1, ripping a burnout into my mind.
Back in April, Ford announced that it was phasing out all small cars except the Ford Mustang and the Ford Focus Active in North America. Except now it looks like the Mustang may be on its own, as The Blue Oval brand will not bring the Focus Active stateside due to new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.
Rumors have been swirling regarding the specs of the 2020 Ford Mustang GT500, which should have over 700 horsepower. More than even that, recent reports have shown that it is likely to be equipped with a dual-clutch automatic transmission. Now we’ve learned that this DCT transmission might be the only option with no…
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We know that a mighty 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is in the pipeline, but details on just how ravenous it will be remain unconfirmed. Today, an allegedly leaked spec sheet was posted to a Mustang forum and gave us some viable numbers: 5.2-liter supercharged V8, 720 HP, 650 lb-ft of torque.
As of 3:10 p.m. pst Tuesday, police in the Los Angeles suburbs were still looking for a radically reckless shoplifting suspect who straight up crashed their way through multiple cop cars in a Ford Mustang before escaping into the bushes on foot.
Maybe you spent this weekend like us at the Woodward Dream Cruise, watching eight gagillion Chevy Bel Airs doing five miles an hour. Maybe you baked a delightful peach pie. Maybe you did donuts in a 1990s Ford Mustang on San Francisco’s Bay Bridge and got arrested.
I don’t really understand how anyone could lose a whole car, but apparently it happens even to rare and valuable prototypes, like the 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP prototype, which has been missing for half a century. Many thought it to be destroyed after it completed testing, but now it’s been discovered and its…
Ford Mustangs do a lot of things. They do decent 0-to-60 times. They do really fast 0-to-60 times. They drive in big circles. They screech down drag strips like supersonic prehistoric birds. They frighten onlookers at Cars and Coffee. They honor famous movies. And, sometimes, they even try to go to the movies.
There’s a new Ford Mustang Cobra Jet, now with 5.2 liters of engine in addition to its 3.0-liters of Whipple supercharger, powerful enough to send this thing down the quarter mile in the mid eights, as Ford declared this morning. It’s expensive, but it’s also exclusive.
On April 15, 1964, 22-year-old Gail Wise parted with $3,447.50 and became the first person in history to own a Ford Mustang. For 15 years, she and her husband Tom used the convertible to drive their young family around until one day, the car just died. For 27 years after that, the vehicle sat, and thoughts of selling…