Why 2018 Ford Mustang GT Powerful Sound Is Music To Everyone's Ears

Jun 16, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

2018 Ford Mustang GT Review, Exhaust, & Interior

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT is reported to produce 455-horsepower.
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Late last month, the 2018 Ford Mustang GT was spotted in the wild. The Mustang does produce a great sound while cruising as recently reported. This sound is characteristic of a Mustang so it must've been a sound to behold.

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT test car has been spotted in Crimson Red. This is particularly special such that most that were spotted since January came in bright orange, blue or gray. The Crimson Red sighting is the first, or probably one of the very few times the 2018 Mustang GT has been seen in.

Patrick Rall of Torque News intently followed the Crimson Red Mustang GT test car to see how it handles on the road. This is when its melodic sound has been showcased. The rumbling of its 5.0-liter V-8 engine sounded powerful and potent through the new active exhaust system. Rall continued by saying that the driver did not go full throttle, but the 'Stang still produced such a great tone.

Performance is definitely what defines the essence of Ford Mustang. It provides a thrill of acceleration and a "fun to drive" experience altogether. Even though the sound seems deafening and intimidating, driving it is fun and exciting. All models do come with new shock absorbers adding to the completely comfortable and enjoyable driving experience.

The exterior design is all the more athletic. Its lowered and remodeled hood and grille gives it a leaner look. Such does not only take care of the looks department but also its overall aerodynamics.

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT has been reported to be capable of 455-horsepower. This has since been the news back in January and it seems that it really will stick to it. The increase of 20-horsepower more is significant and is sure to please its loyal fanatics. Even better, there is also a much-talked about Mustang capable of producing 755-horsepower, which is definitely happening.

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