2018 Ford Mustang brings more power, better handling, angry face
Even though the current generation Mustangs haven't been around all that long, Ford has seem fit to give it a little bit of a refresh.
I say a little bit.
I actually mean quite a big bit of one, because look at this.
It's got a new front end that's a little bit lower and have messy gaping mouth to get lots of air into the engine.
Around the back, there are now four exhausts if you get yourself a V8, and a robin C spoiler with the performance pack.
The lights have been redesigned and it looks a little bit angrier and a lot meaner.
There are also some new colors, including this rather messy orange job.
It sounds quite distinct.
Inside, the instrument cluster now is all digital all the time.
And there's a been refresh here and there.
now that instrument cluster is quite interesting because you can change it depending on the profile you fancy.
Now that's the cosmetic stuff sort of out of the way.
But let's talk engine.
In the US, no more V6 engine for you guys.
There are only two engine options, the 2.3 liter EcoBoost or the 5 liter V8.
That V8 is being given a working over.
I've been told lots more power and lots more torque, but they haven't said quite how much yet.
That'll come later this year.
Also Ford listens to its Mustang owners.
They say the current generation Mustang isn't loud enough, well now they say it is and if you get an actual exhaust, you get two modes, noisy and noisy plus, definitely, definitely like the sound of that.
Also, under the skin, you get some bits from GT350.
So you know it's going to handle super super well.
Ford says this Mustang is all about customization.
Making it not just a Mustang, but your Mustang.
The car that you've always wanted forever.
And have saved for and can finally get.
And you can do so much.
Stuff to this thing I'd be here talking all day if I had to list it all.
That's all for now, but for more news on the new Mustang keep it locked to the RoadShow.com.
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