More rubber meets the road later this year when Ford expands the availability of electronic line-lock on 2018 Mustang. The track-exclusive feature, previously available only on V8-powered Mustang GT, will be standard on all pony cars, including those equipped with 2.3-liter EcoBoost engines. The feature is available with either the 10-speed SelectShift automatic or six-speed manual transmission.
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The Ford Mustang has been the best-selling sports car in the United States over the last 50 years, and now, as a result of growth in international markets, the iconic pony car is the most popular sports car in the world, according to Ford analysis of IHS Markit new vehicle registration data in the sports car segment. Sales in 2016 were up 74% over 2015, according to HIS Markit new vehicle registrations!
The most track-capable, street legal Mustang ever built is back for another lap. Ford Motor Company announced that the Shelby GT350 and Shelby GT350R Mustang will continue for 2018, available in showrooms this fall.
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TrackWorthy’s Michael Taylor appropriately heads to the Los Angeles area to review the 2016 Ford Mustang GT Califonia Special Edition. Despite its weight, it’s hard not to love this car driving on coastal and canyon roads with top down and exhaust growling.
We put Sam (Seen Through Glass) in the aggressive 2016 Mustang Shelby GT350. He drives it on the winding roads above Los Angeles and shares his thoughts.
Sam (Seen Through Glass) races Paul (Supercars of London) up Runyon Canyon in L.A. Only Sam has a Mustang Shelby GT350 with 560 horsepower and a 5.2L V8, while Paul has only his feet.