Mustang GT

The 2019 Ford Series 1 Mustang RTR packs drift-worthy design

Ford’s new 2019 Series 1 Mustang RTR isn’t actually a drift car, but that doesn’t stop it from looking like one, and when it comes to standing

Ford Mustang Bullitt review: Almost Steve McQueen cool

Nostalgia is powerful — it’s why we still have Star Wars movies. It’s the reason everyone loves the ’80s, and if you’ve ever talked to someone about

2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt first drive: Back to its roots

There’s a risk, when you make a movie tie-in like the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt, of veering into pastiche. The most memorable part of the

2019 Toyota Supra vs Ford Mustang Comparison

Classic V8 muscle takes on new-age inline six-cylinder sports car. But is the new Toyota Supra a toothless tiger or a beast from the east?

2017 Ford Mustang GT P51 By Roush Performance Review

Roush Performance is no stranger to developing tuning programs for the Ford Mustang. In fact, it’s built a good legacy from it, thanks in part

Ford Mustang GT Fastback v Ford Mustang GT Performance Parts comparison

You love the new Ford Mustang. You love it so much, you get permission from your other half and you go out and buy one.

2017 HSV GTSR W1 Review

As we already know, 2017 marked the end of the line for General Motors’Australian factories, which means that the Holden brand as we know it

2017 Ford Mustang SF600R By Schropp Tuning Review

When you’re talking about a European-based tuner that has proven its worth building programs for American muscle cars,the first name that comes to mind is

Jaguar XE S: New supercharged V6 is pure S EX

One of the things that Jaguar does rather well, is lighting a fire under its cars. While there’s no of shortage of big diesel Jags eating

Ford Mustang GT Fastback v Holden Commodore SS V Redline comparison: Track Test

At the end of Part One of our Ford Mustang GT Fastback v Holden Commodore SS V Redlinecomparison – the Road Test – the 5.0-litre

Ford Mustang GT Fastback v Holden Commodore SS V Redline comparison: Road Test

What the hell? Why would you put a two-door Ford Mustang up against a soon-to-be-departed four-door Holden Commodore? Well, when there’s only 2kW and $2500