Unless you live under a rock, you are familiar with the new Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang.
For those who are unaware, automotive airbag supplier Takata is in hot water, as it has been discovered that their products are failing to severely that people are being maimed and killed.
Spurred by a college friend’s Facebook post about the first year owning a Tesla Model S, I began really looking at what EVs were all about. I was getting 13 mpg in my 2004 Dodge Dakota and I did not just want a “new” car. I was not going to buy gas anymore, so I was only looking into going pure electric.
I researched them all – Nissan, Fiat, BMW, Cadillac, VW, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Smart Car, Chevrolet, Kia and Ford. Not one perfect choice among this group, but several very likable options, including my personal preference leader, the Ford Focus Electric (FFE).
When the Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang was introduced last year, no exact power figures were offered.
The 2.3L EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine is arguably the biggest deal with the 2015 Ford Mustang outside of the new generation styling itself.
American Muscle is one of the leading aftermarket retailers for the Ford Mustang and over each of the past 6 years, the Malvern, Pennsylvania company has held an all-Mustang car show.
The folks from the United Services Automobile Associate conduct a study each year which tracks the new vehicle buying habits of the men and women of the Air Force, the Army, the Marines, the Navy a
Ford has been showing off the new Shelby GT350 Mustang in a series of videos and those videos included sound clips of the 5.2L V8 while it was being exercised on the track, but those sounds had bee
The awesome golf cart shown here is the 2015 Ford Mustang cart built and sold by Caddyshack Golf Cars of Palm Desert, California.
First, the bad news with this piece is that the first official pricing for the 2016 Ford Mustang does not include any mention of the new Shelby GT350 super-Stang.