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The galloping pony nestled in the grille serves as a reminder that the Mustang is most at home on the open road. Both the coupe and convertible come with your choice of a 300-hp 3.7-liter V-6, a 310-hp 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder, or a 435-hp 5.0-liter V-8; choose from a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic. The rear-wheel-drive chassis is eager to attack corners while enabling a smooth ride when cruising. An updated Mustang debuts in fall 2017 with a new 10-speed automatic as an option.
The Mustang GT’s 5.0-liter V-8 also has been revised. Mustang chief engineer Carl Widmann states that the only truly carryover piece from the current 5.0-liter is the crankshaft. Along with a new fuel-delivery system employing both port and direct injection, the updated V-8 also revs higher than before. A quad-pipe exhaust system replaces the current dual-pipe unit, and, as on its fiercest competitor, the Chevrolet Camaro, there’s an optional variable exhaust system that keeps things quiet at lower rpm but amps up the noise courtesy of valves that open when heavier throttle is applied.
Both 2018 Mustang engines are mated to either an upgraded six-speed manual transmission or a new, optional 10 speed automatic. In the case of the V-8, the manual transmission also incorporates a twin-disc clutch and a dual-mass flywheel. Additionally, all 2018 Mustangs are treated to retuned dampers, new anti-roll bars, and revisions to the rear suspension bushings, while cars equipped with the Performance package gain the GT350’s electronically adjustable magnetorheological dampers, another piece of tech already on the Camaro.