This new video from Ford Racing and Roush Yates Engines shows that there is more to building NASCAR engines than just cramming something between the fake fenders of something that sorta, but not really, resembles a Toyota Camry.
While the company has been in some naming/ownership disputes in the last few years, that hasn’t stopped Saleen—the man and the company—from setting its sights on the next-generation, all new 2015 Ford Mustang GT. The car will be called the S302 and should break cover sometime leading up to this year’s SEMA show. Three trims will be available—White, Yellow and Black Label—in both coupe and convertible forms.
The fine scribes over at Motor Trend had the great opportunity of slipping behind the wheel of the refreshed 2015 Ford Focus ST. Color us just a bit jealous. While they weren’t lucky enough to take it for a spin, sneaking behind a restaurant in Ann Arbor, Mich., to check out the goods, their take away does make us quite excited to get behind the wheel of our own.
A source budding up with Road & Track has leaked that the Ford Focus RS will be coming to our shores, but with a unique feature—all-wheel drive.
Standing out in the Ford Mustang world is hard. With millions sold over its 50-year history, it seems like everyone and their mother owns one, or has owned one at one point. It’s America’s sports car that exudes styling and performance almost unlike anything else ever offered. Take Mark Sullivan’s custom 1965 fastback Mustang for instance. This two-tone screamer is far from ordinary. With a black-on-orange paint scheme and a slammed appearance, the Mustang turns heads wherever it is.