2015 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack - WR TV POV Test Drive
Fifty years ago, Ford took the style of a European coupe and fastened it to
the bones of the Ford Falcon and created the first pony car. More than nine
million examples later, the Mustang is a legitimate icon of
Americana, and its massive popularity has created an aftermarket so healthy
that one phone call can get you everything you’d need to turn otherwise
stock vehicle into a corner carving road racer or a 9-second drag strip
beast. Marking its 50th anniversary, Ford has made some fairly sweeping
changes to the car, including the first application of an independent rear
suspension ever in the standard Mustang (SVT’s brief flirtation
with the idea in the 99-04 Cobra models notwithstanding), an all-new look
inside and out, and a new turbocharged
four cylinder EcoBoost model now on
offer, recalling the beloved Mustang SVO of the 1980s. 2015 also
marks the Mustang’s entry
into the European market, which brings with it a whole different set of
challenges and buyer expectations. Earlier this month we took to the back
roads of Malibu to find out if the 2015 Mustang GT has the goods to attract
newcomers into the fold while still keeping its rabid fanbase happy.
Read our full Driven review on the 2015 Ford Mustang GT here:
2015 Ford Mustang GT
Price: $32,100 (base) / $44,290 (as tested)
Engine: 5.0-liter DOHC V8
Output: 435 hp @ 6500 rpm / 400 lb-ft @ 4,250 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.4 seconds
Fuel Economy: 15 city / 25 highway
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Mustang 10.0's @ 135 MPH in 1/4 Mile
Drag Racing at the New Palm Beach International Raceway! This Mustang has a 532ci. Big Block and
de-tuned it runs 10.0's all motor in the 1/4 Mile! Displayed in Stunning
720p High Definition!
Too much engine
HEY GUYS, NO MORE OFFENSES!
Every comment will be erased, if there is something I don't like, remember
many many horsepower and very light
and this is NOT my car...a pity...
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2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost First Drive Review: One Stang to rule them all
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2015 Ford Mustang with the new Inline 4
cylinder 2.3L EcoBoost engine is no
longer a Pony car or even a Muscle car, it is in fact now a proper sports
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With Independent Rear Suspension and much lighter twin-turbo engine the newest Mustang can carve corners with the
best of the American competition. Check out this first drive review as
Roman takes the car Canyon carving in stunning TFL 4k video.
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10 second "stock" 5.0 coupe!
First 10 second pass in my project coupe. Has a stock 5.0 intake modified,
10 hole wheels, and tail pipes. Yes it has other stuff done to it, but
appears mostly stock outside and under the hood.
For those that just don't get it and can't read the replies in the comments
section the car isn't bone stock. A bone stock foxbody Mustang won't run into the 10s even
with Nitrous. Mid 13s maybe with nothing
at all done. Add gear, slicks, Nitrous
and 11s are doable as I've done that. The stock in the title is in quotes.
It's built to appear stock inside, outside, and under the hood. The car is
currently getting a major overhaul and will hopefully run well into the 9s
while still appearing mostly stock..."stock". ;) The setup in this video
was: Edelbrock Performer 5.0 heads untouched, TMoss ported lower M3 casting
stock lower intake, (cut, ported, shortened stock 5.0 upper intake), 70mm
TB and EGR, 24lb injectors, Comp nx264 cam, 175HP shot Nitrous, decent suspension setup, 28x9 slicks,
4:10 gears, T5, and hard driving. It's a very basic setup that works.
1989 Mustang Coupe 347 YSI blown R block
on the way to the track, only to find out I got an leaky valve cover
gasket. Smoked up bad inside the car after a while. So, took a video while
we were waiting for it to cool down.