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2015 Ford Mustang GT

The new 2015 Ford Mustang GT signals the beginning of a new chapter for this iconic line of cars. It is packed with new technology and, of course, world-class performance levels.

It is unveiled simultaneously worldwide, over four continents, in six different cities, ensuring that this will be one of the biggest car reveals of the year.

Specifications

General Info
Vehicle Type: Coupe Base Price: $31,210.00
Fuel Tank Capacity: 16 gals (61L) MPG: 15 city / 26 hwy
Dimensions
Length:188.5 in. (478.8 cm) Wheel Base:107.1 in. (272 cm)
Height:55.8 in. (141.7 cm) Width:73.9 in. (187.7 cm)
Curb Weight:3618 lbs (1641 kg) Ground Clearance:NA
Luggage Capacity: 13.4 cu ft Maximum Seating: 4 people
Performance
Engine:V8 Ti-VCT DOHC Displacement:5.0 Liter
Horsepower:420 HP Max RPM:6500 RPM
Torque:390 lb-ft @ 4250 rpm Transmission:6-Speed Manual

Engine

The all-new Ford Mustang GT would not be complete without an exceptionally powerful engine, and Ford has not disappointed.

The V8 engine is 5.0-liter that delivers over 420 horsepower (426 PS), with 390 lb-ft (529 NM) torque, with an upgraded valve-train.

Performance

The upgraded manifold improves breathing at lower speeds, giving improved economy, a lower emission rate, and better stability while idle.

Shifting will prove to be a smoother experience as well, with the manual gear-box being upgrade, and the auto-transmission now has shift paddles that are mounted on the steering wheel, giving more choice between control and convenience to the driver.

Exterior

The somewhat radically changed design has been carefully crafted, and Ford hopes that it still keeps the key elements that Mustang fans have loved for so many years.

These elements include the long hood and short deck at the rear that have been executed with a contemporary style in mind.

Key Design Changes

Here are some of the main design changes that make the all-new Mustang unique:

  • The roof has been lowered, and the back fenders are wider, giving the car a wider and lower stance.
  • Mustang has brought back the fastback, with a more streamlined profile; this has been done by sloping the rear glass and wind-shield more steeply.
  • The car has sequential turning signals, and three-dimensional tail-lamps that are tri-bar.
  • That signature "shark-bite" fascia at the front has been elegantly sculpted, along with a trapezoid-grille, to give a more modern appearance.

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