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Right-hand drive Ford Mustang
From launch, there will be two petrol engines to choose from. A 2.3-litre EcoBoost 4-cylinder turbo, which outputs 306hp, and a 5.0-litre V8 with an output of 420hp. Both engines come with a 6-speed manual gearbox but an automatic can be opted for with a premium of £1,500.
This new version comes in two bodystyles including a 'fastback' coupé and a convertible that will have a soft-top. One feature to the new Mustang is that Ford have got rid of the aged live rear-axle that was found on the previous model and have fitted brand new front and rear suspension. They claim this new suspension gives the Mustang better grip, body control and much more sharper handling.
The new Mustang comes with several technologies to aid the driver with enhanced information and control. Such features includes the likes of switches on the console to quickly adjust the steering and engine response and there is also 'Selectable Drive' available, with different modes, to match the current driving situation. Other features include Ford SYNC with Voice Control and a touchscreen. A navigation system is also available on an 8-inch colour screen in the centre console which utilises the premium 12-speaker sound system.
Buyers of the right-hand drive Mustang won't be looking for fuel savings so don't expect too much in terms of fuel economy. With 35.3mpg on the combined cycle and 179g/km of CO2 at its best, this isn't a car that will appeal to company car drivers for tax benefits. It is, however, on Comcar's comprehensive tax tools for you to configure and compare using the link at the top of this article.
Fancy the Mustang Convertible instead? You can find it here: Ford Mustang Convertible