Ford is easily one of the most iconic auto manufacturers in America. Once known for building muscle cars that put imports to shame and later producing some of the most popular early SUVS, Ford is a company that gets around. While the true era of the muscle car may be over, the revitalized desire for these types of cars has helped to resurrect this class of vehicle. The new 2013 Ford Mustang is an impressive ride that seems to be perfectly suited for carrying on Ford’s great legacy. With a little restyling, some re-engineering and a couple of new additions, the new Mustang is going to be a car that many people drool over.
The previous models of the revitalized Mustang have been doing pretty well. Many auto fans were delighted to see some real American cars start rolling off the line. The trend in the automotive market seems to be leaning towards fuel efficiency and eco-friendly technology but this leaves many other auto fans out in the cold. While saving money and the environment is a noble goal, there is nothing quite like having a car that truly roars to life and can haul down the highway faster than anything else on the road. This is where the 2013 Mustang comes in.
The All New 2013 Ford Mustang
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From what we’ve seen, the exterior of the 2013 Mustang is incredibly sexy. The design for the revitalized Mustang is sleek and harkens back to previous models. The overall shape of a classic Mustang is one of the more easily recognized cars in history and the designers have sought to build a thoroughly modern translation of this classic. The new Mustang is also coming with a few differences from the previous models. One of the most notable differences comes from the front end. The grill is now much more prominent than it was before while still retaining the classic feel. The headlights have been redesigned and have had LED piping added while the hood now has functional heat extractors.
The exterior improvements continue with the back end. The Ford Mustang 2013 models continue the iconic sequential tail lights that can be found on previous models. The difference is that they are now wrapped in LED lights and the lenses themselves are now tinted. In addition to other changes, the new Mustang will come with 17, 18 or 19 inch wheels with gloss black wheels available on the GT model. There are a few new colors available, including “Deep Impact Blue” and, in a very flamboyant new addition, the Mustang now has “projection lights” which will project the Mustang logo when the doors are unlocked. Whether or not this is a necessary addition is not important, we still think it’s pretty cool.
The inside of the Mustang 2013 models bears some close resemblance to previous models but with a few new additions. The seats are similar to what can be found in a few other Ford products and are now available in both cloth and leather formats. The cloth will likely be a base model with the leather being an optional upgrade. One of the welcome changes is that the new Mustang won’t feature the MyFord Touch controls, something which many fans have complained about, but will have its own version of Ford’s Sync system. This new system will allow the driver to control the entertainment systems with both steering wheel controls and voice controls. Other additions, such as the Track Apps, further prove that the new 2013 Mustang is a modern car by providing a wealth of real time information for the driver.
If Mustangs are known for anything it’s power. This power is one of the main reasons Mustangs have been so popular over the years. With other car companies leaning towards underpowered hybrids, Ford is making sure to pack all of the power they can into the new 2013 Mustang. The Ford Mustang 2013 models are going to have an engine which is slightly more powerful than previous models. With the GT’s 5.0 liter V8 engine, the Mustang can pull out a very impressive 420 horsepower and will cruise comfortably at speeds above the limit for other cars. With all of this power, it’s quite clear that Ford is still serious about muscle cars.
The Mustang is one of the most iconic muscle cars in history and has long been a dream for many auto fans. The new Mustang models have given people hope for the future and have opened the joys of muscle car ownership to a new generation. With the cosmetic adjustments seen on both the interior and exterior of the new 2013 Mustang, coupled with the new tech and amazing performance specs, we can see that this truly is a worthy heir to the Mustang name. You can expect quite a bit of hype surrounding this car when it finally debuts for sale.
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