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The newest sports car from Ford was made to be competitive.
The most powerful variant of the revised 2024 Mustang, the Dark Horse, was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
The 5.0-liter V8 engine in the coupe will be the most potent one ever produced for the Mustang, with a projected output of 500 horsepower.
Additionally, it has ride-improving features including a standard computer-controlled suspension, a Torsen limited slip rear differential, Brembo performance brakes, and staggered 19×9.5-inch front and 19×10-inch rear wheel and tire sets.
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A 10-speed automatic transmission will also be offered, but the Dark Horse will come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission that is an evolution of the one used in the most recent Mustang Shelby GT350. Upgrades from the Mustang GT include improvements to brake, engine, and rear axle cooling.
Wider 19×10.5-inch and 19×11-inch tires, a stiffer suspension, and a bigger, downforce-producing rear wing are all included in the optional handling package.
Even the fender badges for the new model are unique, featuring a horse’s head staring straight ahead encircled by a stylised horseshoe.
Rare 1967 Ford Mustang from Vietnam was auctioned off to benefit veterans.
There will be two even more extreme models available, and delivery will start next summer. The price has not yet been disclosed.