November 23, 2016 - By Ruchi Gupta
Ford Motors Company (NYSE:F) Mustang 2018 will be issued with a host of changes to both visual, as well as mechanical updates to the vehicle. However, as tightly-sealed as the information on changes is, as with everything highly-anticipated there is always that one teasing leak.
In accordance with information supplied by Mustang6G, One of the biggest alleged changes that will be made to the Mustang is the fact that the V6 engine will no longer be available. This is sure to upset various Mustang enthusiasts.
Ford Mustang 2018 will still be a hell of a car, however, those who wish for something a little more powerful may be forced to switch up to the GT Model, which runs a V8 engine. There are rumours that the Shelby GT350, will still remain viable for roughly another year.
Despite the loss of the mediocre V6 engine, the Ford Mustang is still a muscle car that should be difficult to reckon with. The 3,7-litre engine is capable of producing 300 horsepower, at a low 6,500 rpm.
Furthermore, when the model is at roughly 4,000 rpm, it is capable of producing over 280-pound feet of pure torque. If this still doesn’t get your diesel heart pumping, we forgot to mention that the car is also equipped with an Eco-boost four cylinder, 2.3-litre model.
This enables 310 horsepower, and 320 pound-feet torque, which is a sustainable improvement to the already beast-like performance
Changing the engine option is not the only change that Ford will be making to their 2018 model. In addition to this, the “extra-cost” option will receive new additions, such as the 10-speed automatic transmission.
Other additives will include the dual exhaust system, which will have four exhaust tips. Lastly, but certainly, not least, there will be the option for an adaptive suspension system, which is called MagneRide.
Ford stock currently is trading at $11.89, after an increase of $0.10 or 0.85%
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By Ruchi Gupta