New Ford Mustang Muscle Car on a v4 ?
The Ford Mustang Ecoboost it's a v4 turbo the new model have the same body model than the v8 GT but it's a v4 Turbo and is a lot of more aconomic it's seems too much to be real
The new 4 cyl especially with turbo boost have a lot of power. We took a rented Camry 4 cyl from CA to Vegas, and it performed like a V8.
So, for all practical purpose the Mustang shell can be powered by a 4 or an 8. I guess it depends on how many tickets you can afford the put the car engines to the test.
Yes the new Mustang has the same body for a V4 Turbo and a V8 Mustang GT. Some suspension parts may change, but over all it is the same car.
As mentioned by bradmasterOCcal new Turbo 4 Cylinder Engines have more power than ever and can easily produce 300 horsepower. Plus you get the weight savings.
They are not as fast as a V8 Mustang, but that depends on how fast you need to go.
Do not doubt the 4 Cylinder Mustang.
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