The 2015 Ford Mustang GT350 and/or GT500 is set to debut soon, but as Ford takes the prototypes onto public roads, it gives the viewing public a chance to see the monsters before they go on sale. And hear them. Because it sounds like its powered by nothing but explosive magic.
At least, that's what the folks over at Mustang6G say about this heavily disguised pre-production mule caught on video as it blasts around some public roads. I could not agree with their assessment any more.
One of the redeeming qualities of the GT500: Max AC. Much appreciated.
President Barack Obama took time out from watching the Republican field eviscerate each other in Florida to visit the Washington D.C. Auto Show. He sat in roughly six cars, but seemed to focus on the 2013 Shelby GT500, which he apparently called "sick." Right on, Mr. President.
Want a lighter, faster, better 2011 Shelby GT500? Get to the dealer quick because they're selling too fast; 3,300 units already sold. So quick Ford's announced a 5,500 car limit. Apparently they're maintaining "exclusivity" in exchange for "money."
The 5.4-liter supercharged aluminum V-8 in the '11 Shelby GT500 is 100 pounds lighter than it predecessor. Eight pounds of that comes from an absence of traditional cylinder liners. What do the Nissan GT-R and GT500 have in common? This.
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.
The National Geographic Channel's "Humanly Impossible" is a showcase of freakshows, and Austria's Franz Müllner showed off a pretty impressive feat of strength by holding back a Mustang GT500 as it performed a burnout in his face.
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.
Now that we've taken a crack at rendering the 2010 Ford Mustang thanks to our exclusive first clear shots of the non-leather-clad new Mustang, we thought we'd take a crack at a 'stang with a bit more power. Enter a car we've already seen in spy photos, but now get to see the full car in beautifully rendered…
The ponycar fanboys at 5.0 Mustangs and Super Fords took a Shelby GT500KR press car, strapped it down on a Dynapack chassis dyno, hit the gas and recorded a monster 509 HP and 467.7 lb-ft of torque. When you factor in driveline losses, that means the King of the Road is putting out 590 HP and 550 lb-ft. That's…