A day after teasing on social media the 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustang’s horsepower, Ford has finally let the cat out of the bag.

The company announced that the latest GT500 will produce 760-horsepower and 625 lb-ft of torque. This makes it not only the most powerful street legal Ford vehicle ever produced, but the most power and torque-dense supercharged production V8 engine in the world. 

Check out the full reveal including promo B-Roll video inside.

Continue reading “2020 Shelby GT500 Will Produce 760 Horsepower, 625 LB-FT Torque” »

Ford is using social media to tease the official horsepower figure for the 2020 GT500, using a jigsaw puzzle to build the suspense.

So far, this puzzle reveals that the 2020 GT500 power figure will begin with a “7” which means it will feature 7xx horsepower! Stay tuned for the final official figure…

Ford Performance powertrain manager Patrick Morgan discusses details on the mighty Predator V8 from the 2020 GT500. 

Morgan has more than 30 years of experience developing engines, including time at Jaguar, Aston Martin, and Cosworth. See what he has to say about the GT500 engine inside.

It’s a battle of the droptops as Motor Trend pits the 2019 Mustang GT Convertible against the 2019 Camaro SS Convertible. 

Which one takes this battle? Read the verdict inside

Included with the purchase of every 2018 or 2019 Shelby GT350 or GT350R was a one-day track/classroom experience called Track Attack. Track Attack provides each owner the opportunity to participate in both classroom and on-track instruction by the Ford Performance Racing School. Mustang6G members have shared their experiences from the GT350 Track Attack and it sounds and looks like a thrill!

Video footage: Beautiful day attending the GT350 Track Attack event!
Trip report/photos: Drove out to Tooele UT for Track Attack, 4551 miles total

Continue reading “GT350 Track Attack Reports and Footage” »

Ford and Roush Performance have collaborated on an “Old Crow” Mustang GT build.

Built by Roush Performance to mark the 75th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, the “Old Crow” Ford Mustang GT will be auctioned July 25 at “The Gathering” annual auction during the Experimental Aircraft Association’s 2019 AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Aviation Foundation, which encourages and educates the next generation of pilots.

The “Old Crow” Ford Mustang GT wears an authentic paint scheme and badging similar to that of the P-51 Mustangs and features the signatures of World War II flying ace Col. Bud Anderson, Roush Enterprises Founder Jack Roush, Edsel Ford II and members of the Ford design team. It packs a ROUSH/Ford Performance supercharger that helps create 700+ heart-pounding horsepower, along with additional Ford Performance parts.

Continue reading “Ford and Roush Collaborate on “Old Crow” Mustang GT to Mark D-Day Anniversary” »

Intellichoice has named their 2019 picks for the best overall values in the auto industry and the Ford Mustang GT Coupe has been awarded the Best Overall Value Performance Car.

Based on IntelliChoices’ measures, the five-year ownership cost is $49,460, while its five-year depreciation is $17,465. Read the full stats inside, and see which vehicles came in second and third behind the Mustang.

The gentlemen at Throttle House are back with another review involving the Mustang. They now compare the Mustang PP2 (Performance Pack 2) versus the Camaro 1LE.

Check out their impressions via video review inside.

Here is Road & Track’s road test worksheet showing the performance results they achieved from the testing the 2020 Mustang GT500.

The road test worksheet shows all the important performance metrics, including acceleration, braking, skidpad, weight. Check out how the GT500 performed in real world testing.

The 2020 Mustang is getting a $250 base price increase across the board among all models.

But, the 2020 Bullitt will see an even larger increase – $1215 to the base price, despite no additional new features being included on the 2020 Bullitt. A Ford spokesperson said the price increase is “due to high demand” for the limited-production model.


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