2018 Mustang Release Date

The 2018 Ford Mustang seems as though it will be justified regardless of the hold up.

Ford Mustang 2018 is a big step forward for the model that trades its ability to revive the magic of its predecessors.

With the 2018 Mustang, Ford has upgraded two-door sporty technology in it, added more advanced transmissions, and improved engine space. Not only that, but this latest Mustang has a 2017 look that is already stylish and refines things deeper inside and out.

As before, the Mustang is available as a coupe or convertible, the latter including an electric cloth cover with a rear window glass.
Mustang 2018 will enter the market this fall and will be available again in base and GT form. The updated Mustang gets some revised styling cues that are designed to give a firmer look than last year’s cars, the latter redesigned for the 2015 model year. The front fascia now features a high and low LED backlight while the new tail lights on the back continuing the style theme that debuted throughout 1964.
Ford says that a myriad of Mustang trim and package combinations will be available with 12 different wheel designs. Some of the new exterior shades highlighted by Orange Fury, the color of the model launcher.

Inside, the Mustang gets some enhanced material and hand-stitched cover on the center console, but two doors retain its double-double dashboard, in one variation or another, for over 50 years. A new heated steering wheel is available and only the tip of the iceberg as far as features are added to the Mustang for 2018.

2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang Features

Instead of conventional analog gauges, the Mustang will now be available with a 12-inch LCD screen that is said to be highly customizable. Three modes-normal, sport, and track-can be configured to show many specifications and data or minimal. A MyMode function allows the driver to save their settings for the screen, as well as adjustments for the new car electric steering and optional adaptive suspension system.

A number of collision avoidance technologies are optional in the Mustang. While we do not know exactly what level of trim will be offered with features like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warnings and lane security assistance, we praise Ford for making this important technology available.
In addition, Ford said that the new optional FordPass smartphone app will allow owners to lock, unlock, start or even find their Mustang.

2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang

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2018 Ford Mustang Performance

The 3.7-liter V-6 last year has bitten the dust, marking the first 2018 Mustang for years without the option of a 6-cylinder engine. Instead at the lower end of the Mustang lineup is a 2.3 liter turbocharged 4-cylinder. Although Ford has not released the specifications for 2018, it will likely showcase 310 horsepower last year and 320 pound-feet of torque.

The GT Mustang remains available with a 5.0-liter V-8, but Ford says that it revives the big bike to generate more power and is capable of performing higher than ever. The car maker has not announced details for the V-8, but it must produce more than 435 horsepower last year and 400 pound-feet of torque.

One of Ford’s items has been detailed, however, is that a new 10-speed automatic transmission, which it developed with General Motors, would be a second-choice machine. A 6-speed manual gearbox will be standard, but for those who do not want to row their own stuff, speed 10 will include a paddle shifter. Ford said to expect better fuel economy than the 6-speed automatic last year thanks to a wider gearbox gear ratio.

The 6-speed sticks, meanwhile, get the twin-disc clutch on the V-8 model.
Mustang with 4 cylinder engine will have dual exhaust tip; The V-8 powered model has quad-out tips. Ford will now offer the Mustang GT with a user-tailored disposal system; in the tap of a button, it can produce a quieter or louder rumble.
For the first time, Mustang will be available with adaptive suspension system that can be adjusted quickly when pressing a button.

2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang