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Here’s What 3 Hot Laps Will Tell You About Ford’s Fastest Mustang

Here’s What 3 Hot Laps Will Tell You About Ford’s Fastest Mustang

Before I ruffle too many feathers by calling the 2016 Mustang Shelby GT350R Ford’s fastest ‘stang yet, let me set some parameters. Was the 2013 Shelby GT500 with 662hp quicker to 60 mph and through a quarter-mile? Yes. Could that car out-maneuver the GT350R? Not a chance. Set those two vehicles against one another around any non-oval track in the world and the GT350 would spank its sibling.

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Classic and modern Ford Mustangs welded together for the sake of art

Classic and modern Ford Mustangs welded together for the sake of art

Now here's something you don't see everyday: one half from two different cars welded together lengthwise, the first being a 1965 Ford Mustang, and the second from a 2015 model Mustang. Ford created the display as a way to highlight 50 years of innovation in the automotive industry, with a focus on how different a single car model can be over that amount of time.

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2016 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 5.0 California Special Review

2016 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 5.0 California Special Review

As I've discovered on several occasions, often it's only when you go topless that things start to make sense. Ford's 5.0 liter Mustang is a good example: when I drove the 2015 coupe last year, I questioned the need of such a large, naturally-aspirated V8 when the company's EcoBoost engines were so polished.

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2015 Ford Mustang GT Premium 5.0L V8 Review

2015 Ford Mustang GT Premium 5.0L V8 Review

You could make a solid argument that the GT is the "true" Mustang. No compromise V6, and no fancy-pants EcoBoost turbo; the GT packs Ford's naturally aspirated 5.0 liter V8, with the performance and soundtrack to match.

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2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang First Drive – Golden Pony

2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang First Drive – Golden Pony

There's always the lingering fear, when faced with a famous nameplate like Shelby, that the car it's attached to will be more about branding than performance. I needn't have worried about the 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang. Since it first broke cover at the start of the year, I've been itching to get behind the wheel of the uber-pony. Happily, neither the GT350 nor its monster GT350R sibling disappoints.

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Mustang EcoBoost gets Shelby GT performance pack

Mustang EcoBoost gets Shelby GT performance pack

Infamous Ford tuner Shelby has revealed its latest re-fettled Mustang, but this time around it's no V6 or V8 but the EcoBoost that has been made-over. Ford's four-cylinder might not seem the typical recipient for performance attention, but the Shelby GT actually makes a lot of sense, if you consider Mustang sales from a global perspective.

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2015 Ford Mustang right hand drive production begins

2015 Ford Mustang right hand drive production begins

Ford designed the 2015 Mustang from the get go to be a world sports car. Traditionally the car was designed and intended mostly for buyers in the US. With an eye towards world markets, Ford built the latest version of the car to appeal to muscle car fans around the globe. According to data from HIS automotive, global registrations of the 2015 Mustang have shown that the car was the best selling sports car in the world in early 2015.

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Apollo Edition Ford Mustang to be auctioned by Experimental Aircraft Association

Apollo Edition Ford Mustang to be auctioned by Experimental Aircraft Association

What you're seeing here is a very limited edition 2015 Ford Mustang designed after NASA's Apollo spacecraft program — one-of-a-kind limited, to be specific. Ford built and donated the special edition Pony car to the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), who will be auctioning it off later this month. The Mustang specifically takes its look from the Saturn V rocket that flew to the moon and space between 1967 and 1973.

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Ford Mustang sets sail as pony goes international

Ford Mustang sets sail as pony goes international

Ford's Mustang may be the quintessential American muscle car for many, but the pony car has ambitions further afield in its sixth generation. The first exports of the 2015 Mustang to international buyers has begun this week, Ford confirmed today, with plans to make both right- and left-hand drive versions available in more than 100 different markets. Unfortunately, just because the first cars are leaving ports now, that doesn't mean everyone will be getting the Mustang soon.

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Ford Shelby GT350R: the most track-ready street legal Mustang ever

Ford Shelby GT350R: the most track-ready street legal Mustang ever

This week the folks at Ford have shown off the Shelby GT350R Mustang, a vehicle they're suggesting is the most "track-capable" production-level Mustang they've ever built. This vehicle will be coming to the United States as well as Canada later this year (2015), and is quite the looker. We got a chance to see it in press photos earlier today with amped-up levels - now we're having a peek with our own photos captured at the North American International Auto Show 2015.

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