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The stan­dard 2018 Mus­tang fea­tures a 2.3-litre Ecoboost four-cylin­der en­gine, of­fer­ing 290 horse­power. The GT model in­cludes a re­worked 5.0-litre V8 en­gine, pro­vid­ing 450 horse­power – more than any previous Mus­tang GT.

In­stru­ment clus­ter

This fully cus­tomis­able, all-dig­i­tal LCD in­stru­ment clus­ter of­fers a va­ri­ety of screen lay­outs and colour op­tions for driv­ers to per­son­alise.

Sleeker de­sign

The facelift is leaner and meaner but keeps the char­ac­ter­is­tic charm of a Mus­tang.

Dis­cover the de­sign, per­for­mance and tech­nolo­gies of the lat­est model of this au­to­mo­tive icon

Smooth sus­pen­sion

The op­tional Mag­ner­ide® adap­tive tech­nol­ogy tech­nol­ogy uses sen­sors to ad­just sus­pen­sion based on mul­ti­ple fac­tors in­clud­ing speed, steer­ing an­gle, brake pres­sure, and ac­cel­er­a­tion.

Driver-as­sist tech­nolo­gies

The 2018 model will be the first Mus­tang to in­clude sev­eral au­ton­o­mous sys­tems, such as emer­gency brak­ing and lane-as­sist, which use radar and cam­eras to recog­nise and help avoid po­ten­tial haz­ards.

Noise re­duc­tion on de­mand

The all-new Quiet Start func­tion al­lows driv­ers to re­duce the vol­ume of the en­gine’s roar at sched­uled times, such as early morn­ings or late evenings to avoid dis­turb­ing neigh­bours.


The up­graded chas­sis of­fers an im­proved ride and bet­ter han­dling, in­clud­ing new shock ab­sorbers for bet­ter con­trol.

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