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.
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.
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.
I once spent some time with a Shelby GT500 on some very worn tires. The traction control remained, at all times, very on. I did burnouts for days.
The 662-horsepower Shelby GT500 is a tire-shredding machine, a little voice in your mind to do a burnout anywhere, any time. That little voice reportedly put a dude in the hospital over the weekend.
Bobby Ferguson, a contractor and longtime friend of corrupt former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick who was just sentenced to 21 years in prison, was paying $1,062 a month for a 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 convertible. Let that soak in.
The 2011 Shelby GT500 only gets minor exterior tweaks, but underneath the hood it chucks the heavy iron block truck engine for an all-aluminum 5.4-liter supercharged V8 for 102 lbs less weight and a smokin' 550HP.
A brief exposure to the current gamut of muscle cars has left our Euro car boy with a new appreciation of European interiors and straight line Americana.
Ford has unleashed a monstrous press release touting an utterly unimportant aspect of the 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, an increase in fuel economy of 2 MPG. If you're a prospective buyer, you don't care.
Just in time for the September 24th premier of NBC's new Knight Rider show, the local NBC news affiliate in Grand Rapids, Michigan has found
a great way to shamelessly promote the show a woman claiming that her recently sold Mustang GT was bought to be turned into a real-life example of KITT for the show. Deb Fralick…