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2018 Ford Mustang Bullitt spied during promo shoot

The Ford Mustang Bullitt could be making a return, with spy images of a special 2018 'Stang posted to an online forum suggesting the Blue Oval is preparing a reboot of the legendary nameplate. Images circulating online show a facelifted Mustang wearing a 'crosshair' badge on the bootlid and black 'Torq Thrust' wheels with chrome lips - equipment that isn't currently available on the 2018 Mustang range...

2018 Ford Mustang Roush 729 makes LA debut

Is your Ford Mustang GT a little boring? Maybe the Roush 729 concept can give you some inspiration. Created as a concept for this year's SEMA show, the Roush 729 is a supercharged, wide-body version of the iconic Ford pony car, finished in eye-catching Grabber Green - used on just 95 Mustang Boss 429s were painted in 1970...

Shelby 1000: Next-gen track special revealed

Shelby American has revealed its new-generation 1000 track car, based on the updated Ford Mustang GT. Unveiled at this week's 2017 SEMA show, the Shelby 1000 gets an array of upgrades to the suspension, brakes, body and engine to help it tear up 'road courses'. The powered-up Pony gets a new 5.2-litre supercharged V8 producing - you guessed it - 1000 horsepower (746kW)...

2018 Ford Mustang: Faster, louder and safer Mustang has landed in Oz

The 2018 Ford Mustang has landed in Oz, with a CarAdvice reader spotting a blue 2018 Mustang testing on Melbourne roads. While the sixth-generation Mustang was launched in 2015, this mid-life update brings with it a fresh design, more power, more noise and much-needed safety features. Power figures are yet to be confirmed for Australia but as a reference, the revised 5...

Ford Mustang: Seven concepts bound for SEMA

Ford has revealed seven souped-up 2018 Mustang concepts for SEMA, each with a distinct flavour. All have been treated to an array of visual and mechanical modifications, but here are our top three ahead of the Las Vegas event: SpeedKore Mustang GT Convertible (top) This special drop-top uses the V8-powered GT as its base, featuring a 5...

The Shortlist: What convertible should I buy with a budget up to $130k?

Howard has around $130,000 to spend in his hunt for a fun second car with some summertime feel, joining the family hauler.  Doing what we do, CarAdvice writers are often asked by friends and family, and through our contact page: which car is best for me? Most buyers can identify the top three non-negotiable factors that will guide their purchase decision...

Ford Mustang maintains sports car sales lead for 20th straight month

The Ford Mustang is still selling strongly even with an updated model coming next year, finishing August as the nation's favourite sports car for the 20th month running. While the 748 units that found homes last month are merely a shadow of the 1351-strong effort the company achieved in May, the continued popularity of Ford's pony car has put Australia at number one globally for right-hand drive Mustang markets...

2018 Ford Mustang GT 'Drag Strip' mode races below four-second 0-60mph sprint

Ford claims its upcoming V8-powered 2018 Ford Mustang GT will belt from zero to 60mph in "less than" four seconds, courtesy of an enhanced launch control system dubbed 'Drag Strip mode'. The updated Mustang was revealed in January, debuting some pretty significant styling tweaks and more than a few mechanical enhancements - including a power boost, although the company hadn't revealed numbers at the time...

Tickford '77 Bathurst Mustang: Tuner taking calls on circa-$120,000 special

Ford-focused tuning company Tickford has revealed details and images of its limited-edition Ford Mustang, the Tickford Bathurst '77 Special, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Moffat Ford Dealer's famous win at Bathurst. Limited to 77 units, Tickford will be using the Mustang GT as a base, adding 20-inch wheels, a high-performance supercharger, along with a near-identical livery to the iconic Ford XC Falcon...

Upgraded Ford Mustang manages three-star Euro NCAP crash rating

The addition of various safety technologies has seen the updated, 2018 Ford Mustang coupe's Euro NCAP crash score climb to three stars. While not exactly a cause for raucous celebration, the new result published by Euro NCAP is certainly better than the infamous two-star crash score awarded by its Australian partner, ANCAP, at the start of this year...

Ford Mustang EcoBoost gains electronic line-lock burnout feature in the US

US versions the facelifted Ford Mustang fitted with the 2.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine will gain the tyre warming electronic electronic line-lock feature as standard. The feature will be fitted on all Mustang models regardless of whether they are equipped either a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic...