Autocar has taken the new generation of the Ford Mustang, in its range-topping version, for a quick spin with Matt Prior behind the wheel.
If you happen to live on the Old Continent and you have your eyes on the sixth generation of the Ford Mustang, there are some things you need to know about it before placing a deposit. Is this really what you need? Well, if fuel consumption is left out of the equation and you can go over some of the low quality plastics found inside it, than the answer is definitely “yes”. But before rushing over to your local dealership, you should check out Matt Prior’s review on it.
The 2016 Ford Mustang is available for order officially across Europe and it is coming in two body styles, fastback and convertible. The model is gaining the electronic Line Lock system, the Selectable Effort Electric Power Assisted Steering, Launch Control on the range-topping V8, a 9-speaker audio system, dual-zone climate control, 8-inch touch screen infotainment SYNC2, automatic HID headlights, 19-inch wheels and more, all of them offered as standard. The entry-level V6 unit offered in the U.S. has been dropped from the European specification and customers will only get to choose between the 313 HP and 432 Nm of torque 2.3 liter EcoBoost four-cylinder unit and the 5.0 liter naturally aspirated V8 unit, in the GT, producing 415 HP and 530 Nm of torque. The EcoBoost starts from 35,000 euros and the GT is available from 40,000 euros. The new Mustang will hit dealerships starting this July.