The current-generation Ford Mustang has moved the pony car game in a number of significant ways. Independent rear suspension, 10-speed auto 'boxes, and an efficient turbocharged four-cylinder engine have all made it a far more capable sports car than ever before.
That 310 horsepower turbo four was so good it ended up ousting the base V6 engine from the line-up in 2018. What was still missing though was a mid-range engine to bridge the gap between it and the 460-hp 5.0-liter V8. The Mustang as a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been identified by Hagerty, showing two variants of the familiar 2.3-liter turbo four in the upcoming engine range