The Ford Mustang is simply defined as power. For over so many years, this machine remains one of the strongest, most extensively documented in terms of speed, power and furious on road performance. It was always been treasured, and beloved in the automobile business, even car hobbyist and car racers around the world. On the upcoming year 2013, The Ford Mustang will still deliver its courageous styling, rear-drive forceful performance and the capability for being the undisputed king of the cars for decades to come.
The 2013 Ford Mustang had gone to some major changes for its release that include a new lighting design, a more outstanding grille, a prevailing splitter, a new hood style, body-colored rocker panels. Looking at its front, it contains small high-intensity headlights covered by a pair of LED bars. The rear portion also has a new tail light design with three LED ropes that form the three-bar taillights. The taillights have a more aggressive look and high-gloss black panel crossways the back its back portion that visually unites the two. The 2013 Ford Mustang’s new wheel designs come in an option of finishes in 17-, 18- and 19-inch sizes.
When we speak of power, The 2013 Ford Mustang has it all, with 412-horsepower 5.0-liter engine in the Mustang GT is power machine on its own, and developed to a CNC-machined aluminum heads, with special pistons and sinter-forged con rods, sodium-filled exhaust valves and an upgraded crankshaft. Some new features offered with the new Mustang include an altered 1.0g-approved oil pan, also has a composite short-run intake and a unique quad-outlet exhaust system. The 2013 Mustang also comes with a new GT Track Package that features a higher-numerical 3.73 rear axle ratio to go with the manual gearbox for faster increase of velocity for a fierce road performance. The GT Track Package will also include an engine cooler, upgraded radiator, Performance Friction brake pads, the Brembo Brake Package, a Torsen differential (from the Boss 302), and summer performance tires.
New Track Apps comes with the 2013 Mustang that lets the driver supervise acceleration and braking performance and G forces in corners on a track via a new 4.2-inch LCD productivity screen provides. The driver can control the display using a five-way button on the steering wheel. The application measures fuel economy, 0-60 and quarter-mile acceleration performance. Car experts say that the Track Apps will be less pricey than Porsche’s Sport Chrono. Assessing performance is a huge mean to develop driving technique and a great way to spend a day on the road.
The 2013 Mustang’s brand new styling is potential to add more passion to its design and to look more innovative while remaining reverent to Mustang legacy. A fresh SelectShift Automatic transmission adds a manual shifting feature to all Mustang automatics. In manual mode, the SelectShift Automatic will revolutionize gears only when the driver selects them; it won’t predict the driver with an override shift, so drivers will have to pay attention when in manual mode. The 6-speed manual gearbox will still be accessible but will contain Hill Start Assist, which maintain the car from rolling back when initial off on a slope.
When we speak of power, The 2013 Ford Mustang has it all, with 412-horsepower 5.0-liter engine in the Mustang GT is power machine on its own, and developed to a CNC-machined aluminum heads, with special pistons and sinter-forged con rods, sodium-filled exhaust valves and an upgraded crankshaft. Some new features offered with the new Mustang include a 3.73 final drive ratio; altered 1.0g-approved oil pan, also has a composite short-run intake and a unique quad-outlet exhaust system.