The 2018 Ford Mustang GT has been spotted again boasting an active quad exhaust symbolizing the awesome power it will have when it debut at the Detroit Auto Show next year. However, this power may still not be enough to prioritize the Mustang over the 2018 Ford Bronco that has been leading Ford's sales this year.
In recent months, we have seen several test units of the sixth generation of the Ford Mustang around the facilities of the brand in Dearborn, Michigan, in virtually all configurations. it has been spotted in both coupe and convertible as well as standard and 2018 Ford Mustang GT variants.
One of the novelties of this new 2018 Ford Mustang GT will be the adoption of a new active exhaust system with four outlets that tells us that this new Mustang will be very powerful. Spy photos from Motor1 also show that the Mustang GT is already in a position closer to the production form and is getting ready for its debut early next year.
This is just one of the long list of new features that come with the new range of the 2018 Mustang, of which AutoWorldNews gave you more details a few days ago, with filtration of the innovations already be found in the ordering system of own distributors of the brand in North America.
We will find the same transmission 10 - speed automatic will also be available on the Camaro ZL1 2017 . This will be available for both the Mustang and 2018 Ford Mustang GT, and for the most powerful Shelby GT350 . The range of engines could be diminished with the disappearance of the current 3.7 - liter V6 , as the current 2.3 - liter 4 - cylinder EcoBoost is usually preferred by customers. The 2.3L continue to find the V8 5.0 - liter Coyote and will be use for the 2018 Ford Mustang GT and it is likely that we find new versions and finishing options, such as the version Mach 1, still a mythical name or the unpublished"Performance Pack 2 " which could be designed to compete to the Camaro 1LE.
All this development seem to point out that the 2018 Ford Mustang GT will be Ford's main focus in 2017. However, it may not be as sales continue to report that the 2018 Ford Bronco is what the fans want. According to MotoringCrunch people have slowly been moving away from the Ford Mustang and is slowly going the pickup way.
Will the 2018 Ford Mustang GT power be enough to drive fans back in the Mustang again? We'll see in a couple of months.