While there has been a lot of speculation over the 2018 refresh of the S550 Mustang, some recent news has confirmed some exciting rumors.
Ford has recently announced that they will be offering a hybrid version of the Mustang as well as the F-150 in the near future.
Having introduced the four-cylinder engine in 1974 with the oil crisis-bred Mustang II, Ford continued to offer the small, fuel-efficient unit with the third-generation model, which arrived in 1979, too. However, the redesigned Mustang
Ford-backed rally driver and Gymkhana video series star Ken Block recently had the chance to hop behind the wheel of a brand-new 2017 SVT Raptor and put it through its paces in the snow.
Launched for the 1974 model year and sold until 1978, the second-generation Ford Mustang isn’t only the most short-lived Mustang, but it’s also the most hated model to wear the stallion badge. Rendered ugly, slow, and the black sheep of the Mustang family
Leading the field at the Indy 500 is still a big deal nowadays, but it was significantly more important back in the day, when carmakers were actually bringing more customers into dealerships by winning races.
When Ford launched the Shelby GT350 in 1965, the pony car market gained a new perspective. The GT350 was ready to hit the track at any given time and
Even though Ford had a two-year start in the pony car segment with the Mustang, it didn’t take long for Chevrolet and its answer, the Camaro, to catch up. By 1968, two years after the Camaro
Forget Eddie Bauer or Harley Davidson edition F150’s. There is a new special edition player in town, and he is a stud.