The 2015 Ford Mustang GT is not only an excellent and powerful entrant to a historic model line, but also a very fine example of a modern sports coupe, leaving out cabin electronics that fall behind the competition.
If the 500 horsepower Shelby GT350 Mustang isn't harsh enough for you, perhaps the track-focused GT350R will fit the bill.
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The 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang adds nimble handling to its famous muscle heritage, proving an impressively fast ride for laps around the Mazda Laguna Seca race track.
The 2013 Ford Mustang GT looks very cool and churns out tons of power, yet its reasonable fuel economy, easy driving manners, and useful cabin tech make it a fun daily driver.
An excellent modern take on a muscle car, the 2011 Ford Mustang GT can be equipped with an excellent set of cabin tech. Poor fuel economy encourages hypermiling, which takes all the fun out of this car.
The 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 offers no distractions from the driving experience, but rewards drivers with one of the rides of their lives.
From drag-racing pony cars to SUVs outfitted for exploration and hot hatchbacks focused on performance, Ford showcases the many ways enthusiasts make its cars their own.
The NASCAR great's speed shop will construct 300 high-horsepower 'Stangs with a starting cost of $67,495.
The new, hotter Mustang uses a technology few mortals cars contain.
This episode: the Shelby Mustang GT350 creates power with supercar flair, why you may have to learn to live with speed cameras and top tech from the 2016 BMW 7 Series.