Ford’s turbocharged pony car easily outpowers its main rival, the Chevy Camaro Turbo, by 35 hp and 25 lb-ft of torque. The EcoBoost engine isn’t as thrilling, in terms of power delivery and sound, as the 5.0-liter V8, but it’s plenty powerful to serve as the Mustang’s base engine. Yes, that’s right: For 2018, the Mustang will no longer offer its 3.7-liter V6. Then again, Ford data show that the EcoBoost mill already accounted for 38 percent of U.S. and Canada Mustang sales, compared to just 22 percent for the V6 and 40 percent for the V8.