2019 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack Level 2 vs 2019 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE
Bro, do you even handle? We take these two V-8-powered rear-drive two-doors to rural Pennsylvania to find out.
Only about a week before we departed on this particular comparison test, Ford Motor Company announced it would invest $500 million into electric-truck startup Rivian. Then, on the rainy Tuesday we left the office for points south, General Motors’ automation division, Cruise, reported it had raised another $1.15 billion in funding. And over the last couple years, both Ford and GM have announced plans to discontinue a number of conventionally powered and configured vehicles.
And yet, there we were, in rural Pennsylvania near the border with West Virginia, laying down hellacious side-by-side burnouts in two V-8-powered rear-drive two-doors that probably should be dead by now. But if the proliferation of their variants is any indication, these two apparent knuckle-draggers are actually thriving.