Ford offers a new Performance Pack on the 2018 Mustang GT

Blue 2018 Ford Mustang GT driving on a road

Features in Performance Pack Level 2 on the 2018 Mustang GT 

The Ford Mustang is one of the most well-known vehicles. Even if you aren’t good at identifying cars, the iconic logo is a dead giveaway. When a new version of this famous vehicle is being released, drivers are rightly excited to learn everything they can about the updates and new features. Continue reading

Best color choice for your 2017 Ford Mustang


Race Red 2017 Ford Mustang

2017 Ford Mustang Color Options

A high-performance vehicle like the 2017 Ford Mustang has a lot going for it. It is of course, a high-powered vehicle with a slew of engine options to choose from to make sure that you’ll absolutely blow everyone away. The 2017 Mustang also has to uphold the decades of iconic design while allowing for innovative integration of updated technology and safety features.  
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Ford showcases racing history with 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage

2018 Ford GT Supercar in Race Red

2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage exhibits historic paint job 

There are two types of people: those who admit they’d like to drive a race car, and liars. While most people won’t get the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a vehicle that has come screaming through the finish line, Ford is giving them the next best thing. The 2018 Ford GT is paying tribute to the racing heritage of the vehicle with a unique edition.   Continue reading

How much will the 2018 Ford Mustang cost?

2018 Ford Mustang speeding down road

Ford releases MSRP of the 2018 Ford Mustang EcoBoost® Fastback

The Ford Mustang is an American favorite, so it’s always exciting waiting for a new model to be released. Of course, when you’re waiting for a new vehicle, it can be hard to wait for all of the information about the new model to be revealed. If you’re anxiously awaiting information on the 2018 Ford Mustang, you’re in luck. Ford recently released two pieces of information regarding the new Mustang. Continue reading

2018 Ford Mustang embraces iconic badging

Vintage 1967 Ford Mustang badging

Pony Package includes old-school style grille badge

Car manufacturers are constantly looking toward the future, with added emphasis on developing autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles. As we inch closer to having self-driving vehicles, the design of these new cars changes to reflect new cultural sophistication. While Ford vehicles are becoming more technologically advanced, and the newest iterations of some vehicles are far removed from their original looks, a new addition to the 2018 Ford Mustang is proving that there’s still a market for nostalgia. Continue reading

Ford Mustang Sales Skyrocket to #1 Globally

Ford Mustang the best selling sports carThe Ford Mustang is the epitome of fast and fun all wrapped up in a sporty package.
For 50 years the Mustang has held the title of the #1 selling sports car in the US. Thanks to an increase in recent global sales, Ford can now introduce the Mustang as the 2016 global best seller. This claim is based on the Ford teams study of IHS Markit new vehicle registration data. Where can you buy the Ford Mustang globally? Read below to find out. Continue reading

The Iconic Ford Mustang Gets a Redesign for 2018

2018 Ford Mustang design changes

2018 Ford Mustang Design Changes

No, you’re not dreaming. You read that title correctly. The 2018 Ford Mustang has been unveiled, and it will come with a number of design changes that make it look even sleeker, more aggressive and more serious about delivering high-performance power and driving thrill. We wanted to offer everyone the first look at it, so we’ve compiled many of the currently available photos down below for your viewing pleasure. Let us know what design upgrade you like most in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

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Does Ford make a Track-Only Shelby?

Does Ford make a Track-Only Shelby?

The Shelby GT350 and GT350R go above and beyond what a regular sports car does. These two performance beasts are far and away the ultimate Mustang experience currently available. Even with their power, the two are street legal, but what if there wasn’t a street-legal Shelby made by Ford? Well, just yesterday Ford actually revealed an all-new addition to its lineup of Ford performance vehicles — the non-street legal Ford Shelby FP350S, which has been specially designed for racing on the track. Continue reading