According to British auto magazine, Autocar, Ford will offer an all-wheel drive hybrid V8 engine for the European market starting with the 2023 Mustang.

The magazine references a U.S. patent filed by Ford Motor Company which shows a V8 petrol engine driving the rear wheels with an electric motor powering the front wheels. It speculates that Ford will only offer this hybrid V8 Mustang in Europe in order to meet the region’s strict fleet average emissions targets.

Autocar has also worked up a nice rendering (featured above) speculating on the design of the next Mustang.

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Q1 2020 sales results are in for all 3 pony cars and here’s how the Mustang fared against the Challenger and Camaro.

Mustang: 18,069
Challenger: 12,138
Camaro: 7,185

As has been the trend, the Mustang continues to lead sales, with the Camaro bringing up the rear. See more stats inside (including comparisons to same period last year).

Q1 2020 sales results are in for all 3 pony cars and here’s how the Mustang fared against the Challenger and Camaro.

Mustang: 18,069
Challenger: 12,138
Camaro: 7,185

As has been the trend, the Mustang continues to lead sales, with the Camaro bringing up the rear. See more stats inside (including comparisons to same period last year).

As a 2020 Shelby GT500 owner, you get a lot of goodies packed into your owner’s kit along with an offer to purchase a limited edition framed print of your vehicle, name and plaque.

While the print isn’t your actual vehicle, it is a picture of any color combination 2020 GT500. Below it is a commemorative chassis plate with your name, VIN and chassis number.

Each Owner’s Edition is “archival quality” and comes beautifully framed and double matted 30″x27″. Please be sure to enter your name and VIN in the Notes section before submitting your order.

Check out this thread for examples of 2020 GT500 owner’s edition prints from our users.

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The rumors and speculation on a Mach 1 revival can finally be put to rest as a leaked Ford document has just confirmed it!

Following years of possible spy photos and breadcrumbs, which we’ve been reporting here, the internal document shows the Mach 1 (P8R) 2-door coupe will be offered as a 2021 model year vehicle.

Check out the entire document which also details the 2021 F-150 engine lineup (via sister site F150Gen14) and stay tuned as we learn more about the 2021 Mach 1 Mustang!

Continue reading “2021 Mach 1 Mustang Confirmed in Leaked Ford Document (Along With 2021 F-150 Engine Lineup)!” »

We may all be self isolating, but sometimes isolating ourselves in our Mustangs on a nice drive brings more joy than any type of socializing. These solo drives are providing many Mustang6G members an outlet from cabin fever during these crazy times.

Join us inside to share and see others’ Mustang joyrides throughout the Covid isolation period.

RTR, founded by Formula D driver Vaughn Gitten Jr., is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an extremely limited production of its RTR Spec 5 build.

RTR has partnered with the team at Lebanon Ford to build only ten of these 10th anniversary RTR Spec 5 vehicles, which will add a Ford Performance Phase 2 Supercharger kit good for 750 horsepower. Additionally, the drivetrain is beefed up with upgraded components including axels half shafts.

For the exterior, the Spec 5 includes a widebody kit based on Vaughn’s drift car while adding 10th anniversary touches such as a special serialized plaque, unique interior accent color and graphics.

Check out this 750-horsepower 10th anniversary RTR Spec 5 Mustang inside.

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Here’s an informative official technical document by Ford Performance Parts detailing the improvements and changes made to the 5.0L V8 Coyote engine (Gen 1 to Gen 3) from 2011-2019.

Document link: Technical Reference Document: 2011-2019 5.0L Coyote V8 Engine Improvements & Changes

Although the 2020 Shelby GT500 is not currently sold by Ford in Europe, vehicle importer Peicher US-Cars, based in Austria, is now importing the GT500 for sale in Europe.

Although they’re selling the GT500 with a price mark-up (just as US Ford dealers), the price and lack of direct dealer sales of the GT500 in Europe guarantees exclusivity to the lucky European owners able to afford these imported GT500s.

Here’s another great post detailing a first oil change on the 2020 GT500, with detailed photos, tips and notes on the oil change process.

See the DIY writeup inside.

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