Ford Mustang GT Fastback : Review
Ford Mustang GT Fastback is one of the most popular cars in history.
The sixth-generation Ford Mustang gets a long hood with a large bulge on top, vertically stacked daytime LED lights and projector headlamps. The signature Mustang mesh grille has now been made larger in a bid to improve cooling but overall the car retains a familiar shape that defines the range.
On the sides, the Mustang appears to have a more compact shape thanks to the lower and more sharply raked roofline. It appears to have got larger wheels and mirror mounted indicators. At the back, the Mustang continues with the three-piece tail lamp design but now the rear bumper looks much more aerodynamic and tends to stand out thanks to the dual exhausts on both ends. What is new is that the rear overhang has been reduced and consequently this means the car will have a lower drag coefficient.
It also gains creature comforts found in most luxury cars, such as radar-guided cruise control, blind spot warning and a sensor key. The center stack on the car has been fitted with the Blue Oval’s optional MyFord Touch system.
Specs of Ford Mustang GT Fastback:
The India-spec Mustang will be offered with the iconic and colon-busting 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine 395bhp and 515Nm of torque. The V8 is mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox and powers the right set of wheels.
Ford Mustang GT Fastback – 68 lakh.
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