Official: Ford Mustang, Mustang GT, 302 Laguna Sega and Shelby GT500 Facelift 2013 video

Ford has an impressive movement announced the revamped Mustang, Mustang GT, Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Sega and Shelby GT500 in the report of Los Angeles in 2012. The main feature and Version 4 is the new design, new grille, new hood and the daytime running LED.



The Ford Mustang is an entry level V6 engine while the GT version of the modified 5.0-liter V8 426 hp performance, which combined with either a 6-speed manual gearbox or the 6-speed automatic transmission SelectShift. Both models have as standard HID fixtures while in addition there are Recaro sport seats (which is standard on versions Boss 302 Laguna Sega and Shelby GT500.

Renewed Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Sega has new stickers with reflective stripes, reminiscent of the classic Boss 302 1970. It is also available in yellow "School Bus Yellow" with gray details. The bodykit has been updated and features a new front splitter, air vents on the hood, HID front lights with LED back and shiny ornaments.



Mechanically the V8 engine delivers 450 horses with 515 Nm of torque which is combined with a short 6-speed manual gearbox. Also new adjustable coilover modified suspension, thicker bar canopy and greater rear torsion. Compared to the Mustang GT, the 302 Laguna Sega is lower by 11 mm and 1 mm in front and rear rests on 19 "wheels with tires Pirelli Pzero

Finally, the Ford Shelby GT500 time kompresorato aluminum V8 5.8-liter 659 hp performance 813 Nm of torque which is combined with a renewed 6-speed manual gearbox. Stylistically new aerodynamic wore a mask so that the top speed now exceeds 322 km / hour. Stands on a 19 "front wheels and 20" rear tires and wearing Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar G: 2.



Plus packages and Performance Package Track Package is available at Shelby GT500 and the first equipped with an electrically adjustable Bilstein shock absorbers while the second has an external oil cooler and machine, refrigerator and refrigerator rear differential gear to avoid overheating which will be in the racetrack.

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