From the Falcon-based 1964 1/2 original to today's fire-breathing Shelby GT350R, this is how the Mustang has changed over five decades.
Is the Shelby GT350 not fast enough for you? Roush has it covered.
That's more power than a Shelby GT350 for the price of a basic V8 Mustang.
Raj Nair reveals that the GT was developed in response to a cancelled Mustang race car.
Wearing serial number 00002, this is claimed to be the first Mustang hardtop to receive a VIN.
Amazingly, driver J.R. Pines kept his Mustang in its lane through this entire double-wheelie 1/8th-mile race.
Hey look at that! It looks like the hardtop, but minus the roof.
For 2018, the Mustang gets new looks, a 10-speed auto, and the same magnetic adaptive damper system found in the Shelby GT350.
The automaker promises the hybrid Mustang will make as much power as the V8, with more low-end torque.
"Rollin' in my 4.8" doesn't have nearly the same ring to it.
The official car of Summit Racing.
Can't afford the new Mustang GT4? This is your best alternative.
It also looks like the V6 Mustang is finally dead.
Turbocharged all-wheel drive against V8 displacement. Place your bets
It's called 'forever drift' for a reason.
It's much easier than you'd think.
If this was the last thing you ever heard, that wouldn't be so bad.
... in sales for September
Evidence discovered by and viewed by Road & Track shows that Ford might build a paddle-shift GT350 and GT350R.
It fits. Kind of.
The newest Shelby-tuned Mustang has lots of badges and stripes but not much more power.
Hennessey Performance fires up the camera and takes a brand-new 2017 GT350R to its 169 mph top speed. It sounds amazing.
Ford now offers a trio of performance options to upgrade your Mustang while retaining the factory warranty.
Yours for a little under $80,000.
Saleen Automotive could be in serious trouble.