If that sounds too much, there’s a ‘mild’, 1,150 WHP tune that costs $35,000.
The car never reached production, but it helped to spawn the 2005 Ford GT.
The retro-styled electric muscle car is claimed to go from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in just 2.2 seconds.
The new Mustang GT500 will be the most powerful production Ford ever, beating even the GT.
You don’t buy a pickup truck for drag racing but it’s always good to know which one is the fastest.
Ford has designed a totally new interior with a clear layout and more upmarket looks.
Like the Ford Mustang, the Focus ST could have a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with 286 hp.
The world’s next rally star will probably make a name for himself driving this car in the FIA Junior WRC Championship.
Details about the Ford and Volkswagen partnership could be announced in January.
The automaker is likely to run out of Focus sedans pretty quickly given that it offers incentives of up to $3,250.
Ford appears to be placating fans who threw a fit when the company suggested its new crossover would be called the Mach 1.
The 1969 Mustang Boss 429 will be auctioned off later this week and it has only been driven for 18,000 miles.