Hear the 2015 Mustang’s V8 as it Tears Away From the Paparazzi


What you’re looking at here is another 2015 Mustang prototype cruising around Detroit. Spotting the new Mustang in the wild hasn’t been a difficult task lately, but what sets this new video footage apart is the glorious rumble of its V8.

[UPDATE: See exclusive video, images and information on the 2015 Ford Mustang]

Wary Mustang enthusiasts rejoice, the 2015 Mustang indeed will have a heart-warming V8 under its hood come 2015. Ford has been actively testing the new Mustang, probably fine-tuning the design for release at the 2014 NY Auto Show and fortunately for us, there’s been plenty of spy photographers capturing the action. Here we see a couple guys out testing an S550 mule that have a hunger for the go pedal, aggressively revving the V8 from a quite rumble up to the soothing growl we’ve come to expect from a Ford Mustang.

I must say, that’s a mighty fine sounding V8–definitely something worthy of the Mustang’s platform.

 

Written by Andrew

In constant pursuit of fun cars, competitive sports, warm weather, good food and an open road.

9 comments

  1. I love mustangs butt i know people that haves V8 mustangs that
    Sounds meaner and bader then that with more horsepower pushing that power sound throw that Mufflers like a mustangs should be…
    go put it back in the garage give it what it needs
    more horsepower that can push it thow the mufflers
    like flowmaster 40 ranger are the super 44 know if that’s
    to much then do super 40 are just make it mean i wont to
    see a badass mustang for the 2015 now that aver one be
    won’ting one i haved a mustang that have the flowmaster
    mufflers 2 of them of the super10…..pushing 400to 500h
    with a supercharger that a 1997 with the 4.7L V8
    do a 5.0 are biger in it be nice

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    1. Yeah a SUPERCHARGED 4.7 can hit the same HP as a stock 5.0. Put a supercharger on a 5.0 and see what you get. i have a 2011 GT that is pumping out 420 horses stock. Pretty dang sure that 4.7 didn’t do that stock. By the way, there is such a thing as grammar and punctuation.

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      1. 24-valve SOHC VCT 4.6 L include the following 2005–2009 Ford Mustang, 300 hp… Add a Roush R2300 Supercharger to the 4.6L V8 and you will get around 475 HP/435 lb-ft at the flywheel (Higher than the stock 5.0 L Coyote – seen below)

        32-valve DOHC Ti-VCT 5.0 L include the following 2011-2012 Ford Mustang GT, 412 hp and 2013–Present Ford Mustang GT, 420 hp
        Add the Roush R2300 Supercharger to the 5.0L V8 and you will get around 575+ HP/505+ foot pounds of “Time the Tool Man Taylor “MORE POWER”” at the flywheel

        I had the 4.6L GT and loved it but I have moved up to the 5.0L. The sound, power and even the gas mileage is better. Great leaps for the Mustang for sure… I just wish they would do something better with the non-functional (unless you are a little person) rear seat ha ha.

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