2010 Ford Mustang
Few things get American car fans more excited than the arrival of a new Ford Mustang. And for 2010, Dearborn’s iconic pony car gets a sexy remake.
While still based on the same chassis as the current Mustang. The 2010 model wears almost all-new sheet metal. An aggressive low profile grille with compact head lights and a modernized Mustang badge lead the way.
Air flows from over a new power dome hood, across smoother flanks and over the still available glass roof to a cleaner tail with vintage-style sequential tail lamps.
All wheel choices grow by one inch on the new car and include a 19-inch performance package.
Spinning those wheels is the familiar 210-horsepower 4.0-liter V6 engine, or a 315-horse 4.6-liter V8, that has gained 15 ponies thanks to a Ford Racing Technology cold-air induction system.
Inside, the 2010 Mustang retains a traditional twin-hood style, but the interpretation is more modern. The control layout is also cleaner, with vastly improved fit and finish, plus new soft-touch materials.
“Ford has done a bench-mark job on the new Mustang. Gorgeous lines, sharper handling and a beefier V8. This is what a pony car is all about.” Ben Davis
Especially for a price that still starts at around $22,000 for the V6 and $28-grand for the V8 GT. This pony will gallop into showroom floor in March with a convertible to follow in summer.
Starting at $22,000