Direct Injection, 10R80, MagneRide, & New Styling.
By Evan Smith
Photography courtesy of Ford
Ford’s S550 2015 was a hit right out of the gate, but Mustang owners are always asking “what’s coming next?” Well, today is the day as Ford introduces the latest Mustang, which the Detroit automaker calls, the world’s best-selling sports coupe and the company’s most advanced Mustang ever. It seems to be inspired by the GT350, with a lower and sleeker nose, more naturally aspirated power with quad-exhaust, and Shelby suspension technology.
VMP Tuning improves its 2015 Mustang project with bolt-on mods
By Steve Turner
You know how it is when you finally get that new project car. There’s already a pile of parts waiting in the garage for you to install. Whether you are looking to give it a signature look or step up its performance, it’s hard to resist opening up your toolbox and tearing right into it. Fortunately for us, VMP Tuning’s BJ McCarty was patient enough to wait until we arrived with our camera to document a full complement of bolt-ons as they were installed on his new EcoBoost Mustang.
Ford touts the modification-friendliness of its EcoBoost engines
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ford Motor Company
We don’t recall Ford Motor Company ever emphasizing how mod-friendly its V-8 engines are, but today it further solidified just how important EcoBoost is to its future plans by sending out a press release touting how EcoBoost is not only a fuel-mileage winner in stock form, but a performance-friendly platform for enthusiasts.
Ford finally succeeds in making a four-cylinder Mustang worth considering
By Tom Wilson
Photos by Steve Turner, Tom Wilson, and courtesy of Ford Motor Company
For the traditional Mustang performance faithful there’s no question the GT is the only way to squeal a tire, but boy was our curiosity piqued by the time we finally got to slide behind the wheel of a EcoBoost 2.3-liter Mustang. We’ve enjoyed Ford’s combination of turbocharging, direct fuel injection, and variable cam timing in everything from the 1.0-liter Fiesta to the 3.5-liter F-150. How it would impress as a 2.3-liter in the new Mustang was fraught with variables for foregone conclusions.