The 2019 Mustang EcoBoost Performance Car just Got Better
Ford redesigned the Mustang for the 2015 model year, and whilst it wasn’t universally acclaimed, its greatest-Mustang-hits ethos still works well for the big sports car. The 2019 Mustang classic performance car just got better. We are excited to announce full tuning support of the 2019 Ford Fiesta ST and 2019 Mustang (note that Mustangs equipped with the active valve performance exhaust system are not yet supported but will be soon). The muscle-car thrill innate to V-8 Mustangs is on full display from the GT. There’s also a 12-speaker 1000W Bang and Olufsen sound system as standard. The sound system is by Bang & Olufsen which has got plenty of punch and clarity of sound. All models have led car interior lights and front lights. There are plenty of possibilities where to choose.
Available in just two colors (black or the iconic green from the movie) the EcoBoost features unique badging, a unique grill and a little more horsepower. To be a bit unique, our test Mustang came in green, but not just any green—Need For Green! With the roof in place it can be a bit of a chore to climb into if you’re on the tall side, but once inside you’ll be met with plenty of leg and elbow room. In the normal drive setting the auto tends to gear down a bit too soon at lower speeds as though it’s obliged to use all 10 gears.
Most Mustangs will be sold as a coupe which has the distinctive fastback design and is done in a modern retro-style, Road test: 2019 ford Mustang EcoBoost harkening back to the 1965 Mustang. This way you will know which of the iconic Mustangs could be right for you. On Premium Mustangs and pricier models, the gauges come with a higher grade of interior trim, from contrast-stitched leather piped in red or blue. Premium fuel is required, wiping out the economy of 25 mpg. The Mustang GT and GT Premium come similarly equipped to the EcoBoost trims, though of course GT models are powered by the fire-breathing 5.0 V8 engines rather than the fuel-sipping four-cylinder turbo.
2019 Ford Mustang Ecoboost Engine
“Mate, it’s not even a V8.” Despite the authoritative response from his elder and a two-door coupe sans 5.0 badging, it didn’t stop the beguiled boy watching wide-eyed as I drove away. Fuel economy on the EcoBoost is rated at 21 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, while the 5.0 V8 returns 15 mpg and 25 mpg, respectively. SYNC3 infotainment (with a large 8.0-inch screen) and a 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster are highlights, while all 2019 EcoBoosts come with an H11 led bulbs fog lights, banging B&O sound system and Autonomous Emergency Braking. It offers a Torsen limited-slip differential, 19-inch wheels, an engine-turned aluminum instrument panel, gauge pack, heavy-duty front springs and larger brakes, a bigger radiator, and unique chassis tuning. The manual transmission offers a mechanical-feeling shift and the clutch action is nice and progressive.
Well, it offers 224kW and 441Nm of torque which is a decent amount of grunt but this thing lacks the urgency in power build-up the V8 offers. Correct, it appears that Ford is employing the same system as GT350 because of the current additional really benefit from getting real power.