The 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is being shown off today at the M1 Concourse racetrack in Pontiac, Michigan. While it’s a lot like the outgoing model year car, Ford says it offers some important track-oriented upgrades.
“LOOK OUT WORLD! HERE COMES FORD!” The jubilant musical cast of this 1982 Ford Mustang commercial was onto something with this, for sure. It’s as if the writers of this bizarrely prescient jingle could see the Mustang’s future marred by many embarrassing Cars and Coffee wipe-outs. Have a listen!
Kia’s Stinger GT is remarkably similar to Ford’s Mustang GT in that they’re fun to drive, about the same price, similarly beautiful, and pretty darn close on the drag strip. Given ideal conditions and an ideal driver, the Mustang GT will eke out a victory in the quarter mile, but as has been proven before, and again…
When you conceive a project that involves the design genius Henrik Fisker, the customization know-how of Galpin Auto Sports, and a car as iconic as the Ford Mustang GT, you’re off to a good start. Even more so when you add a 725 horsepower supercharged V8 engine. On paper, the VLF Rocket—driven heroically by Jeremy…
We know that the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will be the most powerful ever with over 700 horsepower. We know this because Ford told us. We also know it because it has a hood vent of startling proportion, as befitting a vehicle of such performance.
Lava from the Kilauea volcano has been creeping across Hawaii’s Big Island for days now, after the Los Angeles Times reports that volcanic instability began last Monday. On its slow but destructive path, the lava has consumed more than 26 homes, affected 1,800 residents and swallowed an abandoned Ford Mustang.
The Ford Fusion, Focus, C-Max, Taurus, and Fiesta—all on the way out in North America as Ford transitions its lineup to one that is all but entirely dominated by SUVs, crossovers and trucks, the automaker announced today.
Ford Performance claims its 2018 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet will rocket down a quarter-mile faster than the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon by more than a second, but it won’t be able to taunt anyone past the exit sign to the drag strip. Its monstrous supercharged 5.2-liter Coyote V8 won’t be street legal.
It’s official: the Ford Falcon is completely dead. It’s perhaps best known here as a V8 Supercar, but the last roadgoing Falcon rolled off the line in 2016. Now the Ford Falcon FG X Supercar is joining the road car in burnout heaven, and Ford announced today that its replacement is yet another Mustang.
I know it’s “cool” and “rad” to complain about modern cars and their computers and safety systems and fake engine noises, but the fact is that the performance-minded buyer has more and better options than ever before. But who leads the pack these days? If you’re talking about sales—which may be the only metric that…
The 2018 Ford Mustang GT let out a glorious, guttural belch as I rolled into the gas through a long sweeping turn. There was nothing else on the road but tire marks and tumbleweeds until I caught a twinkle in the rear-view mirror: another Ford Mustang GT, this car’s direct predecessor.
Since 2016, the Ford Mustangs running in Formula Drift have had one of the most wonderfully bizarre suspension setups I’ve seen. It’s back again for this season and I am still obsessed.
If you’re going to drive 150 mph, don’t do it on a public road with a bad record of fatal crashes, in the middle of the night, with police lights in your mirrors. And maybe, just maybe, don’t do it in a Ford Mustang. Those things don’t have the best record when it comes to reckless driving, even at slow speeds.
Several members of the Mustang6G forums are starting to place their orders for the very rad and very green 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt already, so now we know how much it will cost: the base MSRP is $46,595. They also got their hands on the 2019 Mustang order guide, which spells out exactly what you’ll get for that…
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…