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2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt here in October from $73,688

The Ford Mustang Bullitt has been detailed for the Australian market, with the special-edition pony car to be priced from $73,688 before on-road costs when it arrives later this year. Set to become the most powerful version of the Ford Mustang ever sold by Ford Australia, the Bullitt carries an array of unique appointments including a gruntier V8 engine, Dark Highland Green exterior paint, and gloss-black Torque Thrust-style alloy wheels...

CarAdvice podcast 107: Ford Australia's Daniella Winter talks Mustang

Kez Casey and Scott Collie join Mandy Turner this week. In car news, the 2019 Skoda Kodiaq RS has been confirmed, 2018 Ram 1500 pricing and specs have been released, and the Kia Cerato will get the GT treatment. Also, International Engine of the Year goes to Ferrari, the 2019 Mazda MX-5 is getting a more powerful engine, and Elon Musk is promising 'full self-driving features' for Tesla in August...

2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 revealed, still not for Oz

The updated Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 has been detailed this week, bringing numerous enhancements for better driver engagement and track performance. For 2019, the Blue Oval has made changes to the GT350's aerodynamics package – including a new spoiler with available gurney flap – which are claimed to reduce drag, while the new custom Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres offer better grip...

CarAdvice podcast 106: What do Volkswagen enthusiasts think of the Arteon?

On the panel this week we have Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Mike Costello. In car news, the 2019 Peugeot 508 Touring, Audi Q8, and BMW X5 have been revealed. Also, Alpine A110 pricing and specs have been announced, the Ford Mustang has been upgraded to a three-star ANCAP rating, and you can now buy a Bugatti Chiron in Lego form...

2018 Ford Shelby Mustang Super Snake unveiled

The tease is over, and the 2018 Ford Shelby Super Snake has been revealed in the USA, packing a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 making up to 597kW (800hp) of power. That's right, 597kW, good for a 60mph (97km/h) run of just 3.5 seconds. If that's a bit much snake for you to handle, there's also a 710hp (529kW) tune available, although we'd question the logic of buying a high-end muscle car and not optioning the most powerful engine...

2018 Ford Mustang upgraded to three stars in ANCAP testing

The updated 'FN' Ford Mustang has improved on its predecessor's woeful ANCAP result, but still only manages a three-star safety rating. Central to the improvement is the addition of autonomous-emergency braking, forward collision warning and lane-keeping assist across the range of vehicles built since December 2017...

Kia Stinger GT drags Ford Mustang GT - video

Mustang or Stinger? Four doors or two doors? Twin-turbo V6 power, or naturally-aspirated V8 power? They're all good questions, and they're all answered by the video you're about to watch. Although the Mustang has a purer bloodline when it comes to drag racing, and it's a more natural sports car than the Stinger, the two are quite closely matched...

Toyota 86: Charting its sales from 0-20,000

Toyota Australia has officially sold 20,000 examples of the 86 since its launch in 2012, making it the first Toyota sports car to top 20,000 sales since the Celica in 1975. That's right, believe it or not it's been more than four decades since an exciting Toyota sold in such significant numbers...

2019 Shelby GT500 teased again

The upcoming 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 has been teased again, this time in a single overhead image revealing some of the new model's exterior details. Finished in bright blue with contrasting white stripes, we can see the GT500's massive fixed carbon-fibre rear wing and large bonnet vent which nearly stretches the length of the 'hood'...

Ford launches '2nd Car' for Australian buyers

Ford Australia has launched a new '2nd Car' program for Ranger and Escape customers, giving access to a Mustang for up to two weeks. The program won't be offered at all dealerships, and it's not available to all drivers: you need to be fully-licensed and 25 or older to drive the rear-drive Pony Car...

2018 Roush Jackhammer Mustang revealed - UPDATE

Update (10/5): Mustang Motorsport, the official importer of Roush products in Australia, has confirmed the local availability of the JackHammer package. Roush Performance has revealed the 'Jackhammer' Mustang this week, complete with a 710hp (529kW) supercharger kit...