It’s a sudden corner - sharp-edged and offering no mercy to those who must follow it. You give a quick press to the brakes, knowing that your sport coupe won’t be able to accommodate the loss of a straightaway. High-performance, after all, falters when faced with a tight turn.
Ford seeks to change this. With the release of its 2018 Mustang GT, the Big Blue Oval delivers a superior suspension - allowing drivers to conquer every curve with ease.
As Digital Trends explains, the 2018 GT boasts a refined chassis. The underbody is defined by an integral-link rear suspension - which utilizes aluminum-alloy knuckles and H-arms to improve handling. These elements deliver controlled mass responses, isolating road imperfections and distributing traction throughout the car. Electronic stability technology promotes balance, with sport-tuned sensors automatically adjusting tire grippage; while selectable-effort power steering ensures precise turns. A 3.55 limited slip axle further enhances performance, seamlessly engaging to reduce friction.
Bolstered by these features, the 2018 Mustang GT can smoothly sail around every corner - with its 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels clinging to the pavement. No longer fear those sudden twists.
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Bigger is better. This proves the cornerstone of the 2018 Mustang GT - with Ford seeking to push every performance ratio to the limits. This is no meek coupe. Instead the entire chassis has been designed to fly, delivering class-shattering speeds with each mile.
Are you ready for next-gen power?
As Ladue News explains, Ford has transformed its 2018 GT into a true fastback beast. Anchored by a 5.0L Coyote V8, this platform yields 460 HP and 420 lb.-ft of torque. This ensures a 0 to 60 blitz of less than five seconds, and it propels the car to the quarter-mile mark in a mere 12 seconds.
How does Ford deliver such powerful responses? It’s upgraded the entire engine suite. Displacement values for the Mustang have soared from 4,797 cubic centimeters to 5,030. This raises the redline to a staggering 7,500 (a 10% increase from the previous model) and it takes advantage of the new dual port and direct injection systems, ensuring a more efficient distribution of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission further improves performance, eliminating the drag of manual downshifting and allowing for smooth gear changes; and an available MagneRide suspension bolsters every rev, utilizing highly adaptive shock absorbers to reduce friction.
Ford has tailored the 2018 GT to impress - and we expect to see it roaring down the Seattle streets soon. To learn more about this fastback contact our team today.
The rivalry proves as old as the highway - with Ford and Chevrolet battling in Seattle, eking out victories with every mile. These automotive titans constantly collide; and they pit their greatest warriors, the Mustang and the Camaro, against each other at the front lines.
These battles have forever ended in a vicious stalemate… until now.
According to Motor Authority, Ford is seeking to decimate Chevrolet’s sales - fusing its 2018 Mustang GT with a bold new Performance Package. The pony-car (which already boasts best-in-class capabilities, yielding 460 HP to the Camaro’s 450) will prove unstoppable, offering:
19-inch Wheels - to improve grippage.
Brembo Brakes - to ensure track-worthy decelerations.
An Enlarged Radiator - to increase intake flow and reduce engine strain.
A Stiff Suspension - to provide crisp responses on straightaways and sharp corners alike.
When combined, these features will propel the 2018 Mustang GT past every contender - including the Camaro. Ford is launching an aggressive attack on the market, letting its beloved pony don sport-tuned armor. Motor Authority believes that this will ensure success for the new year… and we agree.
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It’s a collection of words - each drenched in speedy descriptors, promising best-in-class handling and adrenaline-fused performance. The Mustang dictionary is a tribute to all things powerful.
Soon, however, a new entry will be added - one that delivers efficiency to Seattle. Prepare for the 2018 Mustang GT and its economical drivetrain!
Motor Authority reports that the new GT is far more than a speedster’s dream. It’s also a surprisingly strong option for those frustrated by station stops - with Ford fusing it with class-leading mileage. Recent spy-shots of the fastback’s dashboard reveal enhanced performance ratios, with its 5.0L V8 engine earning 16 MPGs in the city and 25 MPGs on the highway.
This number, admittedly, doesn’t impress at first glance. The Sound Ford team knows, however, that Seattle drivers will soon appreciate the value of a 5% economy increase - with the six-speed automatic transmission and precise RWD maximizing performance. This pony-car will demand fewer visits to the pump, instead allowing consumers to simply enjoy its 0 to 60 acceleration of 4 seconds. Thrills and efficiency finally combine.
What could be better?
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From a single picture comes a thousand words - and a thousand thundering ponies. Ford will soon introduce Seattle drivers to its 2018 Mustang GT, letting this steed race from the corral to the highway.
Motor Authority recently revealed a glimpse of the new Mustang GT’s interior - with one of their quick-fingered reporters able to snap a photo of the gauge cluster. While drivers might furrow their brows at this choice (craving a look at the engine instead), they’ll soon see the value of a tachometer sneak-peek... because the RPM ratio promises record-breaking results. Prepare for a 7,500 redline!
We’ll spare you a moment to collect your thoughts - and your jaw from the floor.
The 2018 Mustang GT boasts a 7,500 redline, with its 5.0L V8 engine propelling it to new heights (its successor only achieved 7,000). While no HP specs have been released, critics are anticipating a power increase of, at least, 10%; and the addition of a 6-speed manual transmission and a dual-mass flywheel will further maximize performance. This will prove to be the ultimate pony-car.
No official production date has been given for the 2018 GT - but Ford has confirmed that it will arrive by the late fall. Be patient, Seattle drivers. Only a few months separate you from the V8 beast you crave.
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