The 2019 Mustang is nothing short of a sophisticated four-wheeler that’s the ultimate American muscle car.
Whether you want to take it to cruise down the coast with the top down or drive around the city to showcase its brilliance, the Mustang is your ride of choice.
The Mustangs in Town
Ford has continued to release many new models of the Mustang including the GT, GT Premium, EcoBoost Premium, EcoBoost, and Bullitt trim levels, After the Shelby GT350 and GT500 models, these were the forerunners in the Ford league.
The GT and Bullitt cars are powered by a 5.0L V8 engine that brings the sleek design to life on a road. Replacing the old V6 with the new V8, Ford has produced models that generate 460 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.
There’s good reason why the 5.0 GT is deemed a muscle car that offers more than just a luxury driving experience.
If you like the throaty roar of the engine when you turn the key in ignition, a V8 is perfect for you. It can also be mated for 10-speed automatic or a six-speed manual!
The Mustang GT was tested on a six-speed manual model and the sound of the large V8 was definitely a head turner.
The car can speed up to 60 mph within 4 seconds and give you a smooth flight-like drive on an empty road!
Not to mention, the rev-watching feature is also stealing the show.
Sitting in the driver’s seat of the new Ford Mustang GT is a new experience altogether. With a better and sturdier chassis and an independent rear suspension, the quality of ride has definitely enhanced.
With a stronger grip on the road, the car can zoom up and down pathways without your drink spilling a bit!
The three different kinds of steering modes allow you to choose according to your mood. The electric power steering can be set to ‘Comfort’ for a lighter wheel and easier handling.
Conversely, the mode can be shifted to ‘Sport’ for a comfortably heavy steering that makes you feel in control!
The driving modes can also alternate between drag strip, sport, and snow/wet, to suit the terrain and weather.
Are you ready to take a Mustang GT out for a drive?