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Ford rekindles America's love affair with the Mustang

Since it first appeared at the New York World's Fair on April 17, 1964, America has loved the Ford Mustang. We loved it when it got too big in the early 1970s and when it got too small and chintzy a couple years later. We loved it when it revived American muscle in the mid 1980s and even when it …

Diamonds are a Hellcat's best friend, and 6 other odd facts

Friction and supercharging call for industrial diamond-studded steel washers.<p>Making an engine produce a reliable 707 hp on pump gas takes some serious engineering. SRT's best and brightest spent some serious engineering effort into making sure the Hellcat engine doesn't burst under the hellacious …

Here are the official 2015 Ford Mustang power and weight numbers

V6 300 hp, EcoBoost 310 hp, GT 435 hp.<p>Ford first showed us the 2015 Mustang in December, and we've been on aslow information drip ever since. Pricing and juicy new Track Appshave trickled out, but weights, power numbers, and torque figures have remained conspicuously absent … until now.<p>Here are the …

Sports Cars

New 2015 Ford Mustang Specs: EcoBoost Gets 310 HP, Weighs 3,532 LBS, More

The 2015 Ford Mustang is a fine-looking automobile to most eyes, and it moves the nameplate forward in important ways: independent rear suspension …

New Performance Pack Gives Mustang Some More Kicks

We already know that the 2015 Ford Mustang will debut with an all-new, four-wheel independent suspension and upgraded brakes, and we even know how much it will weigh, but details are emerging on the optional Performance packages that will give the new pony a little extra kick. There are two …

The Ducati-Powered VW XL Sport Is a Slice of Ultralight Awesomeness

Last year, VW emperor Ferdinand Piëch confirmed development of an evil version of VW’s ultralight and ultra-efficient XL1 sports car. The original vehicle’s reason for existence—apart from being a technological showcase—was eco-friendliness, a mission it achieved thanks to a hybridized two-cylinder …