2018 Ford Mustang. What New?

2018 Ford Mustang. What New?

Ford Mustang is one of The best sports cars from American Company, The Ford Motor. I’m so excited to write this article about this Ford Mustang, Ford Mustang have given me good memories when I still in High School, Everything looks great when you drive The Mustang, you know girl love it. So as usual, I will compare Information that I take from variant source to see how the new 2018 Ford Mustang Looks like.

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What New For 2018?

For 2018, the Ford Mustang is available with turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost I-4 in the base model or a port- and direct injected 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 in the Mustang GT. Performance Packs are available with either engine and both standard and Premium trim levels. Cloth seats are standard, and leather is optional. The Ford Mustang is offered in a wide variety of exterior paint colors and available stripes, interior colors and trim choices as well as wheels and spoilers.

Ford also made drivetrain revisions. The V-6 engine is no longer available, while both the 2.3-liter EcoBoost I-4 and 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 have been revised for more power and better fuel mileage. The six-speed manual has been updated for both engines, and V-8 models gain a twin-disc clutch and dual-mass flywheel for better torque capability.

Other performance upgrades include revised monotube shocks, V-8 exhaust manifold, and optional active exhaust system. Additionally, the revised Performance Packs will be available on all trims and engines. The Performance Pack now includes MagneRide dampers, a new Michelin performance tire, Brembo brakes, and more. For 2018, Ford Mustang will look more muscle than before.

2018 Ford Mustang Performance Test

Design and Safety

For 2018, Ford Mustang will look more muscle than before. Inside, the cabin benefits from padded knee bolster soft-touch upper door panels and an optionally heated steering wheel. Although the current Mustang’s gauge cluster survives in lower-spec 2018 models, a new 12-inch digital cluster also makes its debut. It offers three viewing modes: Normal, Sport, and Track. Normal largely mimics the look of the analog cluster, Sport elongates the tachometer to put higher revs at the top, and Track mode eliminates the analog speedometer and tachometer, replacing the speedo with a digital readout and the tach with a longitudinal setup at the top of the cluster. Finally, Ford is incorporating the latest automated safety technology into the Mustang, with a pre-collision system that can also detect pedestrians, plus lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist.

Ford says the front fascia cribs styling details from the Ford GT supercar. Redesigned headlights and taillights use LED technology, while the hood, rear fascia, and trunk appliqué have been lightly retouched. The overall look is less retro but still inherently Mustang.

2018 Ford Mustang Safety Features

How Much it Cost?

I know you love these cars, so do I, but to own your 2018 Ford Mustang, you need to bring  $27,095 For Mustang EcoBoost, while the GT with V-8 should add approximately $500 to $1000 to the base price of today’s $34,095 model. The main rival for 2019 Mustang is Buick Enspire.


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