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  2. The sixth-generation Mustang has been offered with a total of four different powerplants to date. These engines include the 2.3L EcoBoost, 3.7L V6, 5.0L Coyote V8, and 5.2L Voodoo V8. In 2018, the above-mentioned 3.7L V6 was dropped from the Mustang’s engine lineup, leaving the turbocharged 2.3L EcoBoost as the line’s base powerplant.

  3. Jun 23, 2020 · The Evolution of the Ford Mustang: Six Generations and Beyond First Generation Ford Mustang: 1964 – 1973. When the first Ford Mustang came off of the line in the mid-1960s, it was an... Second Generation Ford Mustang: 1974 – 1978. A decade after Ford introduced the revolutionary Mustang to the ...

  4. Oct 15, 2018 · Ford Mustang. It’s a name known to pretty much everyone regardless of where they’re at in the world. That’s a notable achievement when you consider the car spent the vast majority of its 55 ...

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    The Ford Motor Company debuted the Mustang on April 17, 1964, at the New York World's Fair. Production of the first generation ran through 1973. The first generation includes the original model along with varieties such as the classic Shelby Mustang lineup, Boss Mustangs, K-Code Mustangs, and the “Bullitt” Mustang GT-390 Fastback. The original Must...

    The second generation of Mustang is often called the “Pintostang” generation because the cars were based on the Ford Pinto platform. Smaller and more fuel efficient than their predecessors (they were introduced a few months before the beginning of the 1973 oil crisis), this generation featured the likes of the Mustang II, the Mustang Cobra II, and ...

    This generation of Mustang lasted longer than other iteration of the car. Nicknamed the "Fox Body” Mustang, this car was based on the Fox platform used in the Ford Fairmont and the Mercury Zephyr. The car was light, European in design, and loaded with a powerful 5.0-liter V-8 engine. A high-performance model known as the Ford SVT Mustang Cobra was ...

    In 1994, to commemorate the Mustang's 30th anniversary, Ford introduced the SN-95 Mustang. It was based on the SN-95/Fox4 platform. The fourth generation Mustang was larger than the previous generation and was engineered to be stiffer in design. In 1996, the popular 5.0-liter engine was replaced with a 4.6-liter modular V-8 engine. This generation ...

    In 2005, Ford introduced a new Mustang, based on the D2C platform, that harkened back to the styling cues that adorned the first generation of Mustangs. The new Mustang was longer than the previous generation and featured modern amenities such as GPS navigation, heated leather seats, and satellite radio. This generation also saw the return of the S...

    On December 5, 2013, Ford officially revealed the 2015 Ford Mustang. The car, which features a completely revamped design, was inspired by 50 yearsof Ford Mustang heritage. The new Mustang features an independent rear suspension, push start technology, and a turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine option.

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    Posted on May 16, 2020 The 1965 Ford Mustangmade its debut at the World's Fair on April 17, 1964. Initially planning a conservative 100,000 sales in the first year, Ford actually sold 22,000 on the first day alone, becoming the most successful vehicle launch since the 1927 Model A. The first year saw sales of the Mustang quadruple from the initial ...

    The first Mustangwas marketed as a 1965 model, however, most would consider it the "1964 ½" due to several production changes that happened after August 1964, making those the "late" 1965s. Two engines made up the original line up, a 4.3 L V8, and the legendary V8 with up to 271 horsepower. Body style options were convertible or notchback with a fa...

    1974 ushered in a smaller, more fuel-efficient Mustang based off of the Ford Pinto design. The engines available on the 1974 models included the 2.3 L I-4 and the 2.8 L Cologne V6. In 1975 the 4.9 L Windsor VB was reintroduced and only available with the C-4 automatic transmission. The models introduced in this generation of Mustangs were the Hardt...

    The third generation Mustang brought with it the new platform called the Fox. This new Mustang offered a 2.3 L, 4-cylinder engine in naturally aspirated and turbocharged form, the 2.8 L V6, 3.3 L I-6, and the 4.9 L V8 still going as a 5.0. 1980 and 81 saw Ford replacing the 4.9 with a 4.2 V8, but brought it back for 1982. 1983 came with an improved...

    1994 saw the return of familiar Mustang styling cues. The 4.9 L V8 returned with 215 hp, and the base engine was a 3.8 L V6. The 4.9 L was then replaced in 1996 with the 4.6 L OHC V8 with a similar output buch lacking in low-end torque. In 1999, the Mustang underwent "New Edge" styling and bumped the V6 to 190 hp and the V8 to 260. The SVT Cobra be...

    In 2005, the Mustang brought back the familiar squared-off shape of the original design. The base V6 model came with a 4.0 L with 210 hp while the V8 4.6 L boasted 300 hp. The Mustang got a new design in 2010 with sequential tail lights while 2011 brought a 3.7 L V6 with 305 hp and a 5.0 L V8 with 412 hp. 2012 capped off the generation with the Bos...

    2015 brought the 50th anniversary of the Mustang and a new model to celebrate. Independent rear suspension was finally standard and the engine lineup consisted of a 300 hp V6, a 435 hp V8, and a new 310 hp, 2.3 L turbocharged 4-cylinder. 2018 saw a style update and said goodbye to the V6. New for 2020 is the Mustang Mach-E, a four-door electric cro...

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