Valentine's might be over, but who can really resist a chocolate treat any time of the year. Especially when it comes in a bite-size form of a Ford Mustang that will surely give car lovers with a sweet tooth something to drool over.
Ford has announced that it will be auction off the very first retail 2015 Mustang GT for charity. The 2015 Mustang GT will hit the auction at Barrett-Jackson in January to benefit diabetes research charity JDRF. Ford says that the winning bidder will be able to personalize their car with any available Mustang GT options.
The 2015 Ford Mustang was introduced back on December 5, at which time we got a fairly thorough look at the car and a batch of glamour shots. While there's still a wait for those who want to get their hands on the real deal, "Need for Speed Rivals" players won't need to wait, with Ford announcing a free in-game download available now in five different fan-customized designs.
The 2015 Ford Mustang could very well come equipped with electronic burnout control, confirms the Washington Post. It's already been a rumored feature among a number of rumor and confirmed features, but this report should be especially enticing to Mustang lovers around the world. The word arrived this afternoon.
Today the 2015 Mustang was revealed in full by Ford after becoming official for the first time late last night. This vehicle is the first Mustang to be sold in Europe and Asia, having seen many years of exports from the USA and a big call from international buyers to bring the vehicle to their home countries. The car is currently on a tour that begins in Dearborn, Michigan and Shanghai and continues on to Sydney, Barcelona, New York, and Los Angeles.
The 2015 Ford Mustang has been officially announced, with the auto maker revealing it simultaneously across the globe tonight. With the latest model will come three engine options, with one of them being an environmentally-friendly 2.3-liter EcoBoost offering. This marks 50 years for the "pony car", and in the 2015's design enthusiasts will find elements from the many models that have come before it.
Ford's 2015 Mustang has apparently leaked, with the new muscle car previewed thanks to a prematurely-delivered car magazine ahead of its official unveil later this month. The images, snapped of the upcoming copy of Autoweek by an SVT Performance Forum subscriber, show a car clearly inspired by Ford's EVOS concept of a few years back, though with the promise of real mechanical improvements to go with the looks.
Of all the automobiles that Ford builds, one of the most iconic is the Mustang. This week the Ford Mustang celebrated its 49th birthday and on Wednesday the one millionth Mustang rolled off the assembly line. If you're curious, that millionth Mustang appears to be a convertible ruby red GT with the Track Pack designed for high-performance driving.
Shelby is best known for its radically-modified Mustangs, as well as the classic AC Cobras from the 1960s. The company will be making an appearance at this week's New York Auto Show to unveil its newest creation: the 2013 Shelby Mustang 1000 S/C, which will pack a whopping 1,200 horsepower under the hood. The company plans to unveil the new car on Thursday.
The Ford Mustang is one of the more popular muscle cars on the market today. The Mustang is offered in versions using a V-6 or V-8 from the factory. Roush has been taking Mustangs of all sorts and making them look better and giving them more performance for years. The company has now announced its 2014 line of upgraded Ford Mustangs.