Five ways the refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang GT merges brains with brawn
Now entering its fourth year on sale, the sixth-generation Mustang represented a significant step forward for Ford’s eminent pony car.
Underpinning its sleek new bodywork was a new platform that incorporated a long-awaited independent rear suspension system which gave the Mustang a newfound sense of poise and refinement out on the road.
After outselling the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger for the third consecutive year, Ford might have been forgiven for not wanting to mess with a good thing. But then again, resting on one’s laurels is rarely the path to segment dominance. With that in mind, the automaker has given the Mustang a thorough going over from top to bottom for this year, incorporating a number of trick tech features that not only enhance its performance, but also its efficiency and drivability.
We snagged the keys to this V8-powered GT, which wears the revised Mustang’s signature Orange Fury paint hue, and headed to the hills to see how these updates work out in the real world. Join us as we look at five key revisions for 2018 that blend horsepower with Ford’s latest tech to make the Mustang GT more capable and user-friendly than ever ... read more