Ford astonished the world with this iconic pony's 6th-generation model. The all-new Mustang is both lower and wider by 381 mm in both directions, improving center of gravity and overall track width. It's also blessed with a sleeker profile, letting it cut through air more efficiently. But the biggest change of all, at least on a mechanical standpoint, is the fully-independent rear suspension.
Of course, what's a Mustang without a big V8 under the hood. Although it's still a 5.0L like in the old 'Stang, this engine is heavily revised with bigger valves, camshafts, stiffer valve springs, new cylinder head, forged con rods, and a rebalanced forged crankshaft to name a few.
As a result, it gets 435 hp and 542 Nm of torque at the crank, which is around 5% more than the old block. There is, however, no more V6 on the list. Instead, we get the 2.3L 4-cylinder EcoBoost. Yup, it's a big-ass turbo that gets the power output to 310 hp and 434 Nm of torque. Only the AT variant is available in the Philippines at the moment.