The 2015 Shelby GT350 Is The Angry Mustang We Demanded

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"It looks too soft." That's what I said when I saw the 2015 Ford Mustang, and based on the comments from you fine people, I'm not alone in thinking the new car isn't aggressive enough. Having seen it in person, I can definitely say the 2015 Shelby GT350 fixes that.

The current hottest variant of new Mustang was unveiled publicly today at the LA Auto Show, and in terms of looks, it successfully cranks the nasty way up to where it needs to be.

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Visual improvements over the plebian 'Stang include the racing stripes, the front splitter built into the bumper, the Shelby badge in the grille, the Nissan GT-R/BMW M4-esque air vent on the front fender, the huge wheels and Brembo brakes, and the rear bumper. Oh, and box flares. BOX FLARES.

It looks fantastic.

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arrividerci
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What is this made of? Soft plastic, hard plastic? Will it hold up to the abuse it's likely to take entering and exiting parking lots, etc?