The refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang not only has a new face, but is sporting a number of updates that improve its overall performance. The car gets technology enhancements as part of Ford’s mid-life refresh for the six-generation muscle car.
April of 2014 marked 50 years of production for the Ford Mustang, while ending the production of the S197 platform and introducing the redesigned S550 platform. The 50th anniversary of the Mustang was a monumental landmark in its history, but 2017 is another marking of 50 years of production, but this time, for the Shelby GT500 Mustang.
Despite the fact that the 2018 Mustang isn’t even in the hands (or driveways) of enthusiasts yet, the community has already started talking about what 2018 Mustang parts they want to add to their pony first.
National Mustang Day was not long ago and Ford announced some exciting news regarding its iconic track-capable pony car.
The Shelby GT350 is the greatest sub-$100,000 sports you can buy and nothing proves that more than a quick lap around the infamous Nurburgring.
We have been seeing quite a bit about the next Shelby GT500 Mustang lately, and a more recent spy shot has us on the edge of our seats! If the photo doesn’t lie, the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 might be getting some supercharged competition from Ford.
With the performance market extending at an extremely fast pace and with customers demanding more and more niches, the traditional muscle car makers are forced to jump on the bandwagon and expand their offerings as much as possible. Ford is already offering a solid Mustang lineup, but the family needs to grow even more. Some new models are already underway
It is without a doubt that the automotive world gasped when Ford reintroduced the GT back into its portfolio at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, but would you believe me if I told you they almost developed a Mustang with the same performance as the Le Mans winning GT?.
New photos of the future GT500 Mustang have surfaced, and they show an interesting feature not found on previous models. Rumors have it that a
When you’re a gearhead, it’s impossible not to tinker and customize your ride, adding personal touches that better suit the car to your liking. For AM Customer Greg, his 2015 GT is the perfect example of this mindset, with his S550