Ford Mustang News

Read Ford Mustang news and reviews from Torque News. The Ford Mustang is an American automotive icon. It was immediately a success since it was launched April 17, 1964. And ever since, this pony car is the longest-running car in the American auto industry with uninterrupted production every model. Now in its sixth generation, the Mustang continues to dominate the muscle car/sports coupe segment.

The Mustang will be the last car remaining in the Ford lineup, which says a lot about this car’s importance to Ford and the industry. While sales have dropped over the last several years, Ford continues to invest in the Mustang offering high-performance variants and special edition versions. The Mustang has been sold globally in 146 countries worldwide.

Recently, Ford made a splash by introducing the Mustang Mach-E which is an all-electric crossover. By using the Mustang name on this vehicle it shows Ford values the iconic name and value of the Mustang badge. More than 10 million Mustangs have been sold since its creation. There is no intention of discontinuing the Mustang as a pony car/sports coupe and there will be an electrified version of the Mustang pony car in coming years to go along with GT350, GT500 and a new Mach 1 version to continue this iconic nameplate.

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2020 Ford Mustang High Performance 2.3 in Grabber Lime

2.3L High Performance Engine Makes 4 Cylinders Feel Like 8 Cylinders In Ford Mustang

High Performance Package provides entry-level Mustang buyers the first EcoBoost engine powered by Ford Performance to deliver a projected 330 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque – the most powerful four-cylinder sports car offered by an American automaker. It’s even more attention grabbing in special colors like Grabber Lime.
New Ford Motor Company CEO Jim Farley

The Farley Era Begins At Ford: What Lies Ahead For Ford’s New CEO

Jim Farley becomes the 11th CEO in Ford Motor Company’s 117-year history. In addition to financial goals that include improving the company’s underperforming stock, Farley’s influence on Ford vehicles includes electrifying the product line. What will Farley’s plan mean to iconic vehicles like F-150, Bronco and Mustang?
2021 Ford Bronco Manual Transmission

Breaking News: Petition To Get Manual Transmission On Sasquatch Trim Of 2021 Ford Bronco Works

Power to the people! Ford will give manual transmission to the Sasquatch package of any 2021 Ford Bronco. Petition started must’ve worked as Ford concedes. Here’s what else we have petitioned or would like to petition to see changed at the Blue Oval.
Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 prototype drag racing

Electrified Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 Prototype Runs The Quarter Mile In 8.27 Seconds

All-electric prototype Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 will make first public appearance and first public run at NHRA U.S. Nationals this weekend. Ford Performance collaborated with Cascadia Motion to power the Cobra Jet 1400 which continues to exceed expectations with blazing, electrified performance.
Outgoing Ford CEO Jim Hackett with incoming CEO Jim Farley

Ford Names Jim Farley New CEO, What This Means For the Ford F-150 and Ford Bronco

Outgoing CEO Jim Hackett is retiring October 1 and Farley has been named his replacement. Seamless CEO transition underscores strength of Ford’s leadership team, succession planning, and company progress over the past three years, Executive Chairman Bill Ford says.
Ford's partnership with tech company Mobileye

Ford Partners With Intel Company For State-Of-The-Art Driver Assist Technology, Inching Closer To Autonomy in Bronco, F-150 and Mustang Mach-E

All of Ford’s new vehicles will benefit from partnership with Mobileye, featuring camera-based detection capabilities for driver-assist systems, including improved forward collision warning, vehicle, pedestrian and cyclist detection, plus lane-keeping features. Ford’s new Co-Pilot 360 technology has even more driver assistance features.
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Ford Mustang Beats Dodge Challenger, Chevy Camaro as Covid-19 Causes Sales to Plummet

The Ford Mustang once again leads the segment in sales with the Dodge Challenger second and the Chevrolet Camaro a distant third, but with dealerships, assembly plants and most other businesses closed for the Covid-19 pandemic, sales of all three popular American performance cars fell hard during the second quarter of 2020.
Ford Co-Pilot 360 With Active Car Assist

Ford Makes Advances In Hands-Free Driving Through Co-Pilot 360 In Mustang Mach-E, Sets Sights on Tesla

Ford Co-Pilot 360 gets major overhaul and updates to offer a comprehensive collection of driver-assist features, including hands-free driving technology and more over-the-air updates. New technology first available in Mustang Mach-E but will likely end up in future Ford vehicles.
2021 Ford F-150 pickup

Ford Should Do Like Toyota And Virtually Introduce Us To The 2021 F-150

Toyota did a virtual launch of hybrid versions of the Sienna and Venza, raising the bar as the first OEM to launch a product in 2020 under quarantine. Virtual launch of 2021 Ford F-150 would reinvigorate Blue Oval fans, excite dealers and give truck enthusiasts something to look forward.

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