The all-new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 has been caught testing, giving up a few of its secrets.
Read about it here: http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2018/05/2020-mustang-gt500-caught-video-double-clutch.html
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Cool car until it loses control and sends drivers into other cars, walls or people. I doubt they have fixed the fatal stability issue, its always been present and I doubt it will change in 2020.
So this is the venom that kills demons? Dont think so.
Mikey Estrada As a aspiring desinger, I hope flying cars never make it into the mainstream market. They always look like shit, they make the Aztek look sexy, that's how shitty most flying cars look. Plus, most people can't even drive down the street at 20 mph without plowing over a family, how are they going to deal with flying at hundreds of miles an hour? Autopilot you say, what happens if it messes up? Let's just pray for everyone's sake flying cars never happen.
upload2014 1st they got to sell more camaros , i never see anything but women v6s , 2nd it should beat it every magazine picks the gt350 over the zl1 now zl1e i am ford guy even i thought about pulling the trigger. Glad i didn't but i was talking numbers and insurance premiums.
The challenger yes but no way in hell this can hang with a 750 hp/torque zr1. The zr1's numbers puts it in competition with Lamborghini Ferrari Porsche etc. Mustang isn't even on that cars radar. The zl1 will smoke this just as it did to the current gen.
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