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April 15, 2019

By: Jonathan


Ford Brings More Power To Entry-Level Mustang, GT Components

It might come as a surprise to many, but not everyone is a gear head. Some might just see something pretty or a price they can afford or enjoy driving, but don’t understand the mechanics. The truth is, for as much as we celebrate extreme performance or amazing builds, majority of people just want a car to get them from A to B with maybe a little fun in-between.

In order to cater more to the undiscerning car buyer, Ford has beefed up their entry-level Mustang EcoBoost. The 2.3L High Performance Package began as a Ford Motor Company engine swap project putting a Focus RS engine into a Mustang, but within 10-months the experiment was given the go ahead and the newest trim level was born. With the new engine Ford claims this is now, “the most powerful four-cylinder sports car offered by an American automaker” with 330hp and 350 lb.-ft. of torque.

More than just muscle, the newest Mustang variant also features elements from its GT brethren such as brakes, aero and suspension components. The 2020 Ford Mustang with 2.3L High Performance Package will begin arriving at dealerships in the fall of 2019.

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