Ford’s latest Mustang has certainly exceeded our expectations and could be the last solely internal-combustion powered Mustang ever
Some people might be surprised to learn that the time of the internal combustion-powered muscle automobile will eventually come to an end. Dodge’s all-electric Dodge Charger Daytona SRT offers a look into the future of the muscle automobile. Many people may find the idea of an electric muscle vehicle sacrilegious, yet that is the current state of the auto business. To save the earth, we must switch to electricity. Ford’s new 2024 Mustang has now demonstrated that internal combustion is still alive and well.
Ford has officially shown the new 2024 Mustang to the public after several months of rumors. The new Mustang, code-named S650, has finally made its internal combustion engine splendor public. This latest generation of Mustang, probably the last to be completely propelled by an internal combustion engine, is driven by a powerful Coyote V8 engine. It is definitely accurate to say that this new Mustang has reinvented the muscle vehicle and surpassed all of our expectations for the genre. The 2024 Mustang has a lot to look forward to.
Coyote V8 Power For The 2024 Mustang
Simply said, we must begin by inspecting the engine. A sophisticated 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, the fourth generation of this specific engine, powers the primary Mustang GT variant of the vehicle. Due in part to the new dual air intake box and dual-throttle body design, Ford claims that the 2017 Ford Mustang GT will have the highest amount of naturally aspirated power. The power figure for the new V8 engine in the Mustang is not yet mentioned, though. However, we have other power options as well.
There is also a Mustang EcoBoost variant if you don’t need all of the power that the V8 engine has to offer. Under the hood of this is a brand-new 2.3-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged engine. Obviously less power, but a lot more people can manage it. Both variants come with an optional performance pack that adds extras like a front tower brace and a Torsen limited-slip differential. We are happy to note that Ford has preserved the manual gearbox, keeping the six-speed manual transmission as a choice, and they have truly pampered us by also offering the 10-speed automatic transmission.