Motor City Mustang Owners Gather For The Woodward Dream Cruise
Car Club USA travels to metro Detroit for the Woodward Dream Cruise, where Ford fans descend upon on Mustang Alley, situated at 9 Mile and Woodward. While the cruise welcomes cars of all makes and models, Mustang Alley invites owners to show off their 'Stangs while commingling with the engineers and designers who created the iconic pony car.
Ford may bring the Ranger back to the US, the UK goes nuts over the Mustang, and the battle of hybrids heats up with spy shots of the Prius and a new Hyundai. Autoblog's senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the weekly recap edition of Autoblog Minute.
We Drive Blood Shed Motors' Record-Setting EV 'Stang
Translogic heads to Austin, TX for a chance to drive the all-electric Zombie 222, a 1968 Ford Mustang converted by Mitch Medford and his team at Blood Shed Motors. The Zombie 222 has classic looks, but modern performance with over 800 horsepower and 1,800 ft-lbs of torque, making it the fastest electric car we've ever driven on Translogic.
Hennessey has kept tweaking the Mustang to create the 774-horsepower HPE750. The supercharged pony car recently hit a GPS-verified 207.9 miles per hour at the Continental Tire Proving Grounds in Texas, and it was all captured on video.
The Mercury Cougar might not be the most popular model in the pony car world, but owner Mike Brown thinks they still deserve some respect. He owns 10 of them and has a garage full of spare parts for his collection.
The 2016 Ford Mustang is being teased again, this time with a short video. And what you're looking at here is a nod back to Mustangs of the 1960s. Ford is bringing back a hood with turn signals in the vents.
To celebrate Take Your Child to Work Day and teach children about engineering, workers at Ford built the world's largest Hot Wheels track loop at the company's Research and Innovation Center in Dearborn.
Before Ken Block got behind the wheel of the Hoonicorn in Gymkhana 7 for his automotive stunts, the custom-built machine needed a trial by fire. So without most of the body, Block got behind the wheel early to really see what the car was capable of.