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Mustang RTR, the vision of World Champion Drifter and Mustang mad man, Vaughn Gittin Jr., is very excited to introduce the 2013 Mustang RTR Spec 1 and up to 624 horsepower Mustang RTR Spec 2. Like its previous versions, the 2013 Mustang RTR takes the best of multiple automotive cultures and tastefully meshes them with the incredible 2013 Ford Mustang in the form of a dealer-installed package that is currently available in select Ford dealerships around the world.
The 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S can churn out nearly 400 horsepower, but it’ll set you back close to $100,000. Want to feel just as much power for half the money? Buy a Ford Shelby GT500.
The region around Portland, Oregon, offers some truly great backroads for driving enthusiasts; and while they might be perfect for testing out sports cars in the summer and fall months (the dry season), always-gray mid-March perhaps wasn’t the most appropriate place to preview the 2013 Ford Mustang.
Who knew on that fateful date of April 13, 1964 Ford Motor Company was launching what would become an automotive icon that would still be making news and exciting enthusiasts 46 years later? Ford's premier "pony car" (which invented the segment and coined its name) has thrived through multiple generations - too big from 1971-'73, too small from '74-'78, just right from '79 on - and was redone and reborn for 2005.
FIRST DRIVE - When the keys were tossed to us for the first time, we weren't sure what to expect from the new 2011 V6 - powered Mustang, but we figured it would be good. While the previous 4.0-liter six-cylinder example was certainly quite capable, we'd always had a little more love for the more muscular V8 models.
The new 2011 Ford Mustang GT battles its bitter V-8 rivals --the Chevrolet Camaro SS and the Dodge Challenger SRT8 -- in an epic quarter-mile drag race.
Yes, we know how this sounds. And had we suggested this matchup just a few months ago, we would deserve more withering scorn than can be found in a week-long Judge Judy marathon.
In this show and tell, the car is the star. Check it out.
Avid fans of the sport will recall in vivid detail the outcome of last season's pony playoffs, in which team Chevy's rookie Camaro SS won a narrow buzzer-shot victory over Ford's restyled and abundantly chassis-tweaked fifth-generation Mustang.
This week, on Attack of the Show's "Rides, Whips & Hoons" segment, Blair Herter headed out to the Ford Motor Company headquarters in Dearborn, MI to test drive the brand new 2011 Ford Mustang GT on Ford's official test track. The track is capable of simulating over 20 different types of road surfaces, but can the new Mustang handle Blair?
To many, the terms "Mustang" and "high technology" are as mutually exclusive as "China" and "transparent, open society." After all, the first Mustang rolled off the assembly line before the Vietnam War got under way, and in the minds of most people it hasn't changed all that much in the 4.5 decades since.
"Hey there!" "Excuse me?" "Ain't that one of them Ay-cord Koops?" "Why, yes it is. Aren't you sporting the hairstyle commonly referred to as a 'mullet'?"
"...You're forgiven if you feel you may have seen this movie before, because you probably have. Like Hamlet, or Macbeth, its core is a classic confrontation that never seems to get old, thanks to the arrival of new players and fresh productions, as one generation succeeds another."
The differences between ponies and cows.
What's it like to drive the 2011 Ford Mustang GT500? Watch this video and get a taste. Ford's Special Vehicle Team engineers recently put this new pony car though its places at Virginia International Raceway.
The reborn 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS is the 2010 Ford Mustang GT's most obvious competitor (obviously). While the Camaro is certainly a head turner, it's just not that great of an all around performance car.
The 2011 Ford Mustang with a new V-6 engine will be priced under the rival Chevrolet Camaro when it arrives at dealerships next month.
Since its debut in 1968, Ford's 302-cubic-inch V-8 has always displaced 4942 cubic centimeters. Or, as any engineer, mathematician, or quick-witted second-grader would tell you, 4.9 liters. Despite this fact, back in 1975 Ford began calling its 4.9-liter, 302cc V-8 a "5.0 L."
First Ford got us excited by making some major engine upgrades to the Mustang for 2011--a 305-hp, 3.7-liter V6 and a 412-hp, 5.0-liter V8. Now it's wooing us with fuel economy, too. Ford says the V6-powered Mustang has been certified by the EPA to deliver 30-31 mpg on the highway (depending on the transmission) and 19 mpg in the city.
The numbers are in, and they've been certified by the feds, so it's official: The 2011 Mustang V-6 puts down 305 horsepower and gets 31 mpg on the highway. The Environmental Protection Agency completed testing the V-6 Mustang this week, and Ford said Thursday it's the first time a production car has made more than 300 horsepower while returning more than 30 mpg.
The latest Mustang engine is already slated for the next Ford Racing catalog, check out our blog for more on this.
An aluminum-block V-8 and added refinement make the new Shelby shine, especially when it's fitted with the SVT Performance Package.
The 2011 Ford Mustang (pictured) just hit the show floor in Detroit earlier this month, but already talk of the next-gen model is circulating.
"2014 is weighing pretty heavily on us right now," said one highly-placed Ford Motor Company source at the Detroit Show. The date is significant because it will mark the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, and Ford aims to have an all-new pony car on the market to celebrate.
They go together like hand in glove, and earlier this week both were front-and-center as the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series Mustang was unveiled to the public at Roush Fenway Racing headquarters in Concord, NC.
The SEMA Show seems so far away, but tuners are already working hard...
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