Have you ever seen a beautiful old Mustang and thought it was the coolest car you’ve ever seen? The Ford Motor Company introduced the first Mustang at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York. After that debut, they were one of the most eye-catching and identifiable vehicles on the road.
Ford set out to make a fast and affordable car that drivers could enjoy and show off. On the same day fairgoers first saw the car at the World’s Fair, Ford made the Mustang available to American Ford showrooms, and nearly 22,000 customers bought them that day.
In the same year, a Mustang appeared in the James Bond movie Goldfinger, the car’s first appearance in a major motion picture. Four years later, the film Bullitt showed a green Mustang 390 GT in a car chase through San Francisco. In the subsequent 50 years, the car has appeared in hundreds of movies and sported hundreds of colors.
With a virtually unrivaled pedigree in the automotive world, the Ford Mustang series harks back the glory years of American muscle cars. Needless to say, this means the announcement that a Ford Mustang hybrid would be making its way to dealerships in 2020 came as a shock to many.
With hardcore petrolheads watching their every move, Ford knows full well that the first Mustang hybrid must pull out all the stops to win over purists and skeptics alike.
Ahead of the hotly anticipated release, let’s take a closer look at the information we’ve been given by Ford and begin to paint a picture of one of the next generation hybrid Mustang.
Keep reading for a breakdown of the engine, looks, performance, and handling of the 2020 Ford Mustang, as well as some speculation about a high-performance Shelby GT500 hybrid which may be seen further down the line.
Summer is upon us, and while some will be turning to A/C units and eating popsicles to beat the heat, there’s always a third option for those who like to live their lives on the edge: letting the wind whip through you in a sweet sports car, of course!
In an age where cars are now driving themselves and are running on all kinds of fuels, where does one even begin in their quest to find the best sports cars of 2019?
There are so many factors involved in choosing a sports car that you’ll tame the open road with. Stick or Auto? Stock or accessorized? Convertible or coupe?
Regardless of the conclusions you reach with these questions, it’s always a good idea to make a list and see how they stack up mano-a-mano.
Can you hear it, that royal purr emanating from a V-8 engine waiting to unleash itself all over the open road? It’s a magnificent sound, isn’t it? It harkens back to the days of American automotive glory and muscle. It’s the sound of the true American steed.
The Ford Mustang has made owners feel like knights clad in shining armor for over 50 years. With such a stake in the history of the American muscle car, however, it’s hard to decide which models are the best Mustang models.
We could debate what the best Mustang models are for days and it would turn out to be nothing but a scintillating conversation that winds up right where it started.
We don’t have that much time. For the sake of brevity, here are the best 9 vintage Mustang models. (These are in no particular order. I’ll leave that up to you).
The Complete Guide to Corvette Detailing: Our Top Auto Detailing Tips
Our Corvette detailing guide shares the exact process and meticulous detail needed to have your ride looking as slick as it can be. It is expected that Chevy will sell just3,000 2019 Corvette ZR1s this year. You don’t need to be the owner of one of these impressive Corvettes to want to keep your car looking like new. Corvette detailing is more than just washing your car. It’s a practice in patience and attention to detail. The only way to do it right is to have the right products, tools, and techniques. Wondering what you need for proper detailing? Well, we have a guide for you. Follow these tips and your Corvette will stay looking like new for years to come.
The 10 Best Corvette Performance Upgrades and Installations
Get the most of your machine with these Corvette performance upgrades, installations, and modifications for more speed, elegance, and power. Depending on the model you buy, the 2019 Corvette comes with anywhere from455 to 755 horsepower. If you happen to have a Corvette that is on the low end of that scale, you may be looking for ways to give your car a boost. Corvette performance upgrades can give you that extra boost of power so you can have the competitive edge at the track and on the street.
Curious about what you can do to your Corvette? Keep reading and we’ll tell you the top 10 mods that will give you the most improvement in horsepower and performance.
Corvette Racing History: From Show Car to Le Mans Champions
Explore the long history of Corvette Racing from its flashy beginnings as a show car to its championship domination around the globe. In thefall of 1951, Harley Earl, a head designer for GM began to develop an affordable two-seat sports car. At that time, GM was the world’s largest car maker. Donning a fiberglass body and the ability to reach 150 in horsepower, the first American sports car was born. This would lead to Corvette’s long and successful racing history in American motorsports.
The Top 10 Defining Corvette Models of Chevy’s Remarkable History
See how Corvette models have changed throughout the years in this detailed round-up showing Chevy’s early attempts to their latest masterpieces.
Gimme fuel, gimme fire, gimme Vette’s that I desire. The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic luxury sports vehicles of all time. Over its 70 years of production, the constant reinvention of the Vette has also made it one of the most desirable and popular sports cars on the market.
Corvette models have changed drastically over the 7 generations of production. Starting as a failing and mis-marketed sports car, then salvaged by a Russian engineer, and ending up as a legendary sports car, the Corvette has had intense ups and downs through the years.
First, we’ll take a look at the history of the Corvette. What makes it so great? Why are certain models so sought after? Then we’ll choose 10 of our favorite Corvette models and tell you a little bit about them. Let’s ride.
Maybe you’re thinking about fixing up an old Corvette. But you should be aware of the worst Corvette years so you don’t end up with a lemon. Here they are.
There is no denying that the Chevrolet Corvette is one of the biggest success stories in American automotive history. Looking back, it’s nearly impossible for most of us to remember a time when it wasn’t around.
For decades the Corvette has been one of the coolest cars on the road. And yet, this “coolness” hasn’t always been the case. (As with anything, there have been some missteps along the way!)
Let’s take a look at some of the worst Corvette years so that you can see whether or not you agree.
Question. Do you value power and performance? When you’re on the road, do you feel the limitations of your vehicle? If your answer is ‘yes’ then the newest Corvette is right up your alley. Chevrolet has eliminated limitations with the 2019 Corvette, and power and performance are front-and-center in this classic speed-demon. With 65 years of history behind it, the Corvette is out to show that age is just a number and the future is now. In this blog, we’ll walk you through the many perks of being a Corvette owner (and the small handful of pitfalls, too). Hop in. We’re gonna go fast.
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