The chase scene from Bullitt is arguably the greatest chase scene in automotive history. The King of Cool himself, Steve McQueen rips around the streets of San Francisco in a de-badged 1968 Mustang with Dark Highland Green paint. This Mustang captured the hearts of enthusiasts, and Ford eventually paid homage to McQueen with their first Bullitt edition Mustang in 2001. Ford decided to bring it back again for the 2008 and 2009 model years before it was retired it for another decade. Keen-eyed car spotters caught a glimpse of a Mustang rolling around Chicago with a Highland Green paint job several months ago, and the rumor mill started churning. Excitement was building and people began asking the question: “Are we going to get another Bullitt Mustang?”. The answer is yes!
There was much speculation on how much power the 2018 Ford Mustang would be able to produce; there is no more room for guessing, as the results are now in! To put this easily into perspective, the 2018 Mustang can go from 0 to 60mph faster than a $94,000 911 Carrera. Also, the GT gets a 25 horsepower bump and the EcoBoost gains some more torque! If that doesn’t tell you enough about the capabilities of this pony car, keep reading.
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?.
The wait is over; we finally know the winners of TFLtruck’s 2017 Gold Hitch Awards for best towing and off-road trucks. The Gold Hitch Awards are
The age of 3D printing is upon us, and what better way to enter the Living Room Industrial Revolution than printing a scaled copy of Ford’s newest flagship pony car, the Mustang GT350R?