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Ford Mustang: 'brand new' 1964 Pony cars team V8 power with IRS

Everything old is new again. This year will see a return of the 52-year-old Mustang nameplate to Ford showrooms around Australia. And while the 2015 Ford Mustang has plenty of interest from prospective buyers, what about people who want a new car, but desperately love the classic look? Revology Cars in the US has the answer...

2015 Ford Mustang pricing and specifications: Fastback from $44,990, Convertible from $53,990

Pricing for the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang Fastback and Convertible has been announced ahead of the car going on sale later in 2015. As predicted by CarAdvice in September 2014, the new Ford Mustang kicks off well below $50K, with two engine options available to choose. The entry-level model will be offered with a turbocharged 2...

2015 Shelby GT Mustang : 522kW-plus for supercharged pony car

Iconic pony car tuner Shelby American understands that the 373kW/542Nm-plus GT350R Mustang unveiled at last week’s Detroit motor show won’t be hardcore enough for some fans, so it’s followed up with this: the 2015 Shelby GT. Based on the 2015 Ford Mustang GT, the Shelby GT may be down 200cc on the GT350R, but gains a Ford Racing supercharger to help extract 468kW of power from the 5...

Shelby GT350R Mustang unveiled with carbonfibre wheels, race suspension, less weight

When a Ford Mustang is marketed as the "most track-capable production Mustang ever built", you know it's a serious piece of machinery - and that's exactly how the Blue Oval brand is touting the new Shelby GT350R Mustang, which has been unveiled at the 2015 Detroit motor show...

Ford Mustang pre-orders total about 1200 in Australia a year out from launch

The Ford Mustang won’t launch in Australia until the end of 2015, but the company’s new online dealer-focused pre-ordering system has already logged about 1200 customer orders, 600 of whom have laid down deposits.  In response to what it calls unprecedented pre-interest in one of its cars — Ford has received about 15,000 requests from interested consumers so far — the company’s local arm set up a company-first pre-ordering website for its dealers...

Ford Mustang : Australian Pony car's V8 to match US outputs, despite spec sheet differences

Australia's version of the Ford Mustang V8 will be no less powerful than the one offered in the US despite there being a big disparity in the on-paper power and torque ratings of the pair. Ford Australia has confirmed its flagship Mustang V8 will produce 303kW of power and 525Nm of torque, which appears to fall 21kW and 17Nm short of the 324kW/542Nm version of the engine that is already available in the US...

Ford Mustang turned into 540kW Rocket by Galpin Auto Sports

Californian Ford tuner Galpin Auto Sports and leading automotive designer Henrik Fisker have joined forced to create what they have labelled “the ultimate American muscle car” – a carbonfibre-bodied super-Mustang called the Rocket. The Galpin Rocket’s design takes inspiration from specialty pony cars of the 1960s and 1970s, including the 1968 Shelby GT500...

2015 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 revealed: 5.2-litre flat-plane V8 to generate more than 370kW

Ford has revealed the look of, and select details about, the next-generation Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 ahead of its global debut. Underneath the striped bonnet lies a high-revving 5.2-litre V8 engine with a flat-plane crankshaft. Generating over 370kW (500hp) of power and more than 540Nm of torque, Ford claims that it will be the company's most powerful naturally aspirated engine ever...

Henrik Fisker to return to LA auto show with Rocket muscle car

Henrik Fisker will return to the motor show spot light with the new Rocket muscle car at the Los Angeles auto show next week. Co-developed with Galpin Auto Sports, the Rocket will feature a carbon fibre body and is claimed to be the "ultimate American muscle car". Aside from those two little nuggets of information, as well as the sketch above, the two parties haven't revealed much more about their new venture...

2015 Ford Mustang: The Quick Guide

The Ford Mustang has never been more significant for Australians since the Blue Oval’s muscle car debuted 50 years ago. Not only will the new, sixth-generation version be officially built in right-hand drive as it transforms into a global model, but when the Falcon disappears from 2017 the Mustang will be the only V8-powered Ford you’ll be able to buy locally...

Ford: V8 engine can survive

Ford is confident constant engine evolution and customer demand will ensure V8s remain a part of its line-up for a long time to come. The Blue Oval company has just launched its new, six-generation Mustang sports car, which is available with the traditional V8 but also one of the company’s more contemporary downsized engines featuring turbocharging...