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The FP350S is meant for a number of road racing events, but you'll need a trailer to get it from track to track.
The BBC released the extended director’s cut of a Top Gear segment from earlier this year where rally driver Ken Block took Matt LeBlanc on a high speed, drift filled tour of London in his 845 horsepower 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR. A photo posted by Ken Block (@kblock43) on Dec 8, 2016 at 1:04pm […]
Something interesting happens when you type “GT500” into Google’s search box. One of the first items to show up is “2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 | The Cobra of Performance Cars” as an item on Ford Motor Company’s [NYSE:F] website. Clicking through the link takes you to the 2017 Mustang landing page...
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If you love the “driving” part of racing and only tolerate the “wrenching and car prep” part for those brief moments of competitive joy, Ford just whipped out a race car for you. Meet the new Shelby FP350S, a new car designed for Trans Am, SCCA and NASA use. Read more...
When I first saw that a shop in Florida had yanked the low-slung flat-six out of a Porsche Cayman and stuffed in a tall 5.0-liter Ford Mustang V8, I wondered if the car’s handling might be compromised. But now my musings have been answered by Matt Farah and some badass canyon roads. Read more...
Ford launched its sports car Mustang in India early this year. The car was expected to be sold only to the rich and the car enthusiasts. However, there are some companies that focus on the super rich – Lamborghini, Ferrari and Aston Martin. Show More Summary
We have a lot of nice cars here in the U.S., but there are some models we’re just not lucky enough to have. Think about models like the Volkswagen Scirocco, the Audi S1, or the recently discontinued Peugeot RCZ; all of these models graced the European market, but over here in the U.S., it has been like watching the cool kids play from a distance. Show More Summary
I’ve watched the film A Faster Horse countless times. I am continually inspired by Dave Pericak and his team as they work around the clock on the 50th anniversary Mustang. It’s a fantastic film showing the inner workings of Ford’s product development and the people who made it happen during one of the worst economic downturns in […]
The sixth-generation Ford Mustang arrived in late 2013 for the 2015 model year as the company’s most advanced pony car yet. Not only redesigned inside and out, the new Mustang also gained an independent rear suspension, a first for the muscle car since its inception in 1964. Show More Summary
The sixth-generation Ford Mustang arrived in late 2013 and brought many new features to Ford’s iconic nameplate. Arguably the most important addition was the independent rear suspension, a system that the Chevrolet had adopted for the Camaro way back in 2009. Show More Summary
To be specific, it's a model of a first year Mustang coupe, known as a 1964 1/2 model. From LEGOLAND Florida Resort where it's on permanent display: Made out of 194,900 LEGO and DUPLO® bricks, the giant model (named #BrickPony) tookShow More Summary
Just in time for the holiday season, Fisher-Price has a new Power Wheels Mustang based on the sixth-generation version of the Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] icon. There’s no hulking V-8 under the hood as the car is battery-powered. But that’s where the similarities with Power Wheels of old come to an end. Fisher-Price’s latest Power...
1985 Ford LTD LX. Photo by Jeff Koch. In 1984 and 1985, Ford build a four-door, 5.0-liter Mustang. It wasn’t called a Mustang, of course, but it carried a Mustang V-8 (albeit the de-tuned one that came with the automatic transmission) and it rode on the Fox platform, just like its smaller stablemate. The Ford […]
Paul returns from the LA Motor Show and gives us his hits and misses, and Dave is fresh (and dusty) from the WRC. In car news this week, we feature the 2018 Ford Mustang details being leaked, 2017 Suzuki S-Cross and Holden Barina pricing and specs, Dodge Charger and Challenger being investigated for a RHD […]
An unrestored Fairlane 500 and a rotisserie-restored Fairlane GTA represent a perfect pair from Ford’s 1966 intermediate line. Photos by Richard Lentinello. Ford was on a hot streak in 1966. Mustangs were flying out of showrooms, and the Ferrari-killing GT40 won its first victory at Le Mans. The company’s mid-size Fairlane sported crisp new bodies […]
While retailers seem to push it earlier every year, the US holiday season gets fully underway after the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday. In anticipation of the season, Ford and Fisher-Price have revealed what they call the most advanced Power Wheels ever, a mini-Mustang that's sure to drive its way onto many a child's wish list. Show More Summary
In what I assume is an attempt to mitigate a surge of doll and pet injuries this holiday season, the new pint-sized Power Wheels Ford Mustang features traction control. No, really! Go ahead and get your kid one, your yard might not turn into a Cars & Coffeesque bloodbath after all. Read more...
The new Smart Drive Mustang is the most advanced Power Wheels ride-on toy yet.