It is great that Ford has announced its plans of launching the 2015 Ford Mustang GT since more people are looking forward to it through making enough savings. Even though the exact date of release is yet to be clarified, according to the gossips spreading around, the car would be available in the market by the end of 2014.
2015 Ford Mustang GT Price
Even though Ford has not yet announced the exact amount at which they would sell this car, it is anticipated that the price would range between $23,335 – $41,135 hence it is advisable if you want to procure yourself one of this car models to set a budget ranging within the predicted amount.
2015 Ford Mustang GT Engine
In regard to the engine, Ford has confirmed that it would be a 2015 Ford Mustang GT 2.3 liter turbocharged four cylinder model. According to the prediction, the engine will be direct-injected and would use a twin-scroll turbocharger and air-to-air intercooler to generate 305 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. Even though Ford has not given the exact numbers about the power levels of each of the engines, according to rumors the 3.7-liter V-6 model would release 5 horses and 10 lb-ft while the five liter V-8 would generate 420 horsepower and 396 lb-ft. The car would also come with both a manual and automatic transmission. For the six-speed Getrag manual, it would have paddle shifters instead of the cup holders that were used in the previous model.
It is expected that the length and the height of the car would be a bit smaller as compared to the previous model even though the rear track would be a bit larger. It is also predicted that the car interior volume would be a bit larger besides being finished with more durable and aesthetic materials and finishes among which are soft-touch plastic, improved leather and encoded metallic trim.
Looking at the 2015 Ford Mustang GT performance standards of this car, it would be a bit better than the previous model. It is considered that car would feature more durable and quality features among which are the MyFord Touch and the w-to-Mustang technologies such as the blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control. It is also suspected that the car will be installed with a full subframe and a double-ball-joint design to allow for the installation of bigger brakes. The car is also expected to feature a shorter final drive and a real Torsen limited-slip to improve the torque vectoring of the brake. It would also include components such as the throttle steering, stability controls and transmission to guarantee its enhanced performance.