Ford Motor Co.’s Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields talked about the unique roll out of the new 2015 Mustang — the sixth generation of the iconic 50-year-old pony car which took place in Dearborn and other continents — and also of helping Metro Detroiters in a far flung conversation during taping of “Michigan Matters.”
The most modern thing about the 2015 Mustang is a third engine choice, to go along with the traditional V-6 and V-8. A new four-cylinder Ecoboost engine will put out at least 305 horsepower, with greatly improved fuel economy.
“It’s going to feature a lot of new drive train options and mechanical upgrades it never had before,” said Kelly Blue Book analyst Karl Brauer.
Ford will unveil the long awaited, all new Mustang on December 5th. This will not be your traditional auto show unveiling.
The Woodward Dream Cruise is officially over, but as WWJ’s Terri Lee reports, many are still cruising the strip and enjoying the freedom of less cars on the road.
It’s a unique way for car lovers to have some fun and raise money to help people with heart problems.
Voting is now open online to help select the final concept for the first-ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women.
Edsel Ford calls the death of Carroll Shelby the passing of a “living auto legend.”
One lucky fan will be driving home from the Pure Michigan 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday, Aug. 19 in a custom-made Roush Mustang as part of a partnership between Pure Michigan, Roush Fenway Racing and MIS.
Since it was first introduced to the public at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, nearly eight and a half million Mustangs have been sold, making it one of the most popular and enduring vehicles to ever grace a dealer’s showroom.