Ford Mustang GT

The reason why there are “Pony Cars” in the first place is all because of the original Ford Mustang. The all-new 2015 Mustang retains all of the right proportions that a mustang should have: a long hood, a compact and low greenhouse emissions level, a massive engine, and a fastback roofline. Totally new form the ground up, the 2015 Mustang GT means that it is time to be out with the old and in with the new.


Looking as iconic as the original, the new Mustang GT features strong cheekbones and rigid lines all made out of sturdy sheet metal enhance the beauty of the Mustang GT. Sitting on 19-inch wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zeros, the Mustang GT has no problem keeping its traction all while looking like an intimidating monster in the mirror. Newly designed headlights and taillights compliment the arched wheel wells and aggressive lines. Dual, stainless steel exhaust tips at the blacked-out rear end scream out with amazing V8 sound all while adding a clean, powerful look to the overall car. The rear-wheel drive vehicle features a limited slip differential as standard.


The interior of the 2015 Mustang GT is reminiscent of earlier mustangs but more modernized, featuring a T-styled dashboard and a more modern touch, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel. The reasoning behind the T-style dash is to make it easier for Ford to configure the car as a right-hand drive for the markets where the mustang will soon be available. Bolstered black leather seats have a heating and cooling feature as well as power adjustability. The steering wheel is wrapped in the same leather as the seats and features many of the controls and buttons the driver should ever need. A push-button start brings the Mustang GT to life.


A 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine roars a luxurious growl as it is paired to a Ford Borla exhaust from the factory. This monster of a V8 produces 435 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque. Reaching 60 only takes about 4.5 seconds, depending on the driver’s shifting abilities. A top speed for the Mustang GT has been electronically limited to 155 mph.


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