Video Roundup: Best of the Ford Mustang Boss 302
Earlier this week, we may or may not have reported on the disappointing news that the Ford Mustang Boss 302 will be discontinued for the 2014 model year. If you were thinking about acquiring the V8 American beast, we strongly encourage you to go out and sign your life away in order to acquire one. If you're still debating whether or not you should sign on the dotted line, please allow us to illustrate exactly why you should own one of the best Ford Mustangs ever. First-off the Ford Mustang Boss 302 is a serious machine. It's arguably the first Mustang since the Ford Mustang Cobra R that can actually turn a corner without rolling over like a Reliant Robin. Faster than a BMW M3: The Boss 302 has found its place amongst halo of GT performance cars: the BMW M3. Check out what The Car Show had to say when they paired the Ford Mustang Boss 302 against the BMW M3. Yeah the Boss 302 is that good, why is Ford ceasing production of this amazing bit of machinery?
Basic Bolt ons produce an extra 60 hp: Second reason why the Boss 302 is a killer car. It responds to bolt-ons like a boss. Plus, with a V8 revving to 7,500 rpm it's the closest thing we Americans have to Euro ear porn this side of a Corvette Z06.
The Germans love it: Gratuitous hooning and a very fast lap around the Hockenheim Ring. Faster than a Ferrari California and a BMW M3. Wait, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 is faster than a Ferrari?
Laps a Laguna Seca Raceway like a boss: Faster than a Shelby GT500 around Laguna Seca. Faster than a BMW M3 around Laguna Seca. Faster than an Audi R8 around Laguna Seca. is that why the call it the Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca? Someone please remind us why this car isn't going to be around anymore?
Jay Leno likes it: Jay Leno hosts a walk around and chat about the Ford Mustang Boss 302.