Ford likes surprises, and the announcement of 13 new electrified vehicles, including a Mustang Hybrid, is perhaps the biggest automotive story of the year…and we’re just three days in!
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The 2016 Chevy Camaro broke cover this weekend, and while it may not appear that much different at first glance, GM did a lot of work under the skin to shave weight and improve performance. This includes offering a first-for-the Camaro, a turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine that will serve as the new base motor […]
When I was creating a new motto for GAS2, I choose “Burn Rubber, Not Gas” as it best describes my feelings towards alternative fuels; we can go green, and go fast, and all without burning gas. John Wayland and Mitch Medford feel the same way, and their 800 horsepower electric 1968 Ford Mustang recently went […]
The year was 2009 when the first Ford powered by the then-new line of EcoBoost engines debuted, promising big engine power but small engine fuel economy. It all began with the 3.5 liter V6 in the Ford Taurus, but EcoBoost engines rocking three and four-cylinders can be had in just about every available Ford and […]
Ford decided that with the 2015 Mustang, they wanted to be the first to reach several performance milestones, including taking the EcoBoost into the 12s.
The 2015 Ford Mustang’s MPG ratings have finally been fully revealed after a leak showed some, but not all, of the engine/transmission combination ratings.
Should Ford make a Lincoln coupe based on the 2015 Mustang? After seeing this rendering from Carscoops, I think the answer is a resourcing YES!
Ford has hired a specialist in rear-wheel drive hybrid systems, which prompts the question; what vehicle will he or she be working on?
The latest 2015 Ford Mustang leak has revealed fuel economy figures for the 310 horsepower 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine with a manual transmission.
While many see the new 707 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat as a triumph of ‘Merican engineering, I see it as the last gasp of the V8 muscle car.
Ford’s new for 2015 Mustang EcoBoost promises 310 HP from a hot, turbocharged 4 cyl. engine and epic handling thanks to a nearly 50/50 weight distribution!
Which Detroit automaker will be the first to deliver a hybrid or (gasp) electric muscle car? You might be surprised at the answer.
For the longest time, I’ve wanted the 2015 Mustang. However, after some soul searching, I realized that now, I’d rather have a Tesla.
Development of a Toyota GT86 hybrid had been well under way, but the suits have decided there isn’t a market to justify production.
A new report suggests that the 2015 Mustang didn’t benefit from Ford’s dieting efforts, and could weigh as much as 300 pounds more than the old model.
Ford has finally released pricing for the base Mustang V6, and it will start at $24,425 including destination fee.