2015 Ford Mustang V8 GT review
Source : 2015 Ford Mustang V8 GT review
Ford’s inbound American hot rod handles British roads well enough, yet leaves tyre marks across your imagination either way The acid test for the brand-new Ford Mustang: our first chance to find out how well the item copes with life on UK roads. In a left-hand-drive, German-registered V8-form, admittedly, given in which the very first right-hand-drive examples are not expected inside country, direct by production at Flat Rock, Michigan, until later This kind of year.So we’ll have to wait to assess the thoroughness of Ford’s first-ever factory right-hand-drive conversion for the iconic American muscle car. Right-hand drive also imposes a slightly different engine specification than left-hook Mustangs get. Switching the steering rack to the various other side of the auto means fitting a different exhaust manifold for the 5.0-litre all-aluminium lump, trimming peak power to 410bhp.‘Just’ 410bhp, then, yet for less than £34k (note the cheeky £1000 cost increase in which Ford of Britain has imposed on the full-house V8 GT since our earlier reviews). Still, the item sounds like outstanding bang-for-your-British-buck to us. yet what else does your money buy?
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