2019 ford Mustang GT Facelift Preview; Specs, Price, New Engine
The American sports 2019 Ford Mustang is renewed in the look and content and is presented under a new and more elegant outfit on the European market.
There are those who want Italian, German or even French! And then there are those who have no doubt and claim American! It is the “sports car, one of the most subjective choices that you can make when you buy the new car with the intention to spend a few Sundays on the track. And if you match the United States to the four wheels the mind only leads to “her”: at the 2019 ford mustang Facelift that in Frankfurt takes advantage to bring a slight makeover to the look and some more juicy innovations at the level of mechanics.
A model that has met an almost surprising success in European land. Only during the last year the “Muscle Car” par excellence of the American brand sold well 15000 pcs. A result more than flattering for a car that in range also hosts a mammoth thruster of 5 litres of displacement. And even Italy has not taken away from this peaceful invasion with Ben 500 Mustang licensed in one year.
And looking at today? In that of Frankfurt debuts a Mustang even more suited to the tastes of the public of the old continent. The look softens, gains in elegance and even if the profile of the car remains the same as an authentic Mustang today you will notice more sporty details like the new LED headlights. The palette of available colours is enriched and touches the 11 possible shades, as well as the options for finishing the new alloy wheels, are growing.
2019 ford mustang Facelift Engine Specs
As for the engines, the major innovations are the sumptuous 5-liter V8 engine that increases its power by 29 units and now touches the 450 hp. It remains in the range also the most compact and affordable EcoBoost by 2,300 cc for 290 hp. While improving efficiency and lowering emissions we think of the new automatic transmission from even 10 reports that sends the old automatic 6-speed gearbox to retirement.
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