The 2018 Ford Mustang has finally been revealed

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So, who wants it? The significant transformation of the Ford Mustang has been revealed for the 2018 model.

The most obvious change is obviously the style; with a lower style and totally new bonnet style it?s completely changed. A redesigned grille along with new bonnet vents and narrower LED lights. At the back of the exterior, there?s a brand-new bumper, fascia and optional spoiler for performance as well as the V8 boasts quad exhaust tips.

In the interior, Ford has gone the extra mile to raise the cars apparent quality with aluminum trim highlights and contrasting stitching on the center console adding on a 12-inch LCD screen, you will feel the ultimate luxury.

Along with luxury, you, of course, have the active safety equipment which happens to be the first time they have added such features. These include lane keep assist and pre-collision warning.

But it?s what?s under the bonnet and that new style that has got everyone talking. The great news is that both the 5.0-litre V8 and the 2.3-litre Ecoboost four will benefit from increased power and force. This makes it more powerful and will rev higher than any past Mustang GT engine than ever before.

The power expansion is predominantly due to the embracement of direct and port fuel injection, while an optional active exhaust will be available to offer some more V8 noise. The Ecoboost engine now thrives from Ford?s transient overboost technology. This technology will release higher outputs for a certain length of time.

So, this time with your gearbox, you have a choice between a six-speed or a ten-speed automatic! This will promise quicker shift times and a much more precise response which results in epic performance and fuel economy. Added with new shock absorbers, the already impressive handling will be heightened with MagneRide adaptive dampers on the options list.

Unfortunately we don?t know the price yet on this model but keep an eye out as it will be released in Australia in 2018 after the US launch in Autumn 2017.

Want to read more? Check out the full article here at Motor Mag.

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