2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Recently the Ford car manufacturers use the well-known web site “FACEBOOK” was made by Mark Zuckerberg to tempt the typical American car lovers to show the details of the 2013 Ford Mustang models. In FACEBOOK, Ford handed the four images that are part of the Mustang with the latest design in 2013. As reported by autoevolution, revealed the first images of the redesigned front grille that looks more like a model Shelby. The second photo shows the design of new headlights. The third and fourth photos show new instrument panel and rear lights that have used the model of LED so that it looks more sleek and modern. Ford hopes in this way will increase the curiosity of consumers against car is often called the American Muscle. Ford itself plans to display the 2013 Mustang at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show 2012
Ford has officially launched the 2013 Ford Mustang at LA Auto Show 2011, complete with a new nose. The design combines the grill, stand straighter with redesigned fenders and hood to match. Talking about the hood, the GT model features a functional heat extractors to keep the engine bay as quiet as possible. That’s a good thing considering that the 5.0-liter V8 now produces 420 horsepower in the GT and 444 horsepower Boss 302. Inside, the driver can take advantage of new technologies to monitor TrackApp quarter-mile times and the like, and those who choose to auto buyers can now choose their own teeth with a new rocker-switch on the shifter (we still want pedal, guys). There is also a set of new tricks LED taillamps out back.
2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302, meanwhile, also received a new hood with heat extractors and a more aggressive front splitter. SYNC is also a stone boss for the first time, and a new hockey-stick reflective graphics are also available. Boss 302 buyers will also be able to choose a new one-Parnelli Jones-approved scheme of School Bus Yellow paint. We like it. Expect to see 2013 Ford Mustang at the dealer a lot of ground in the spring of 2012. Press the jump for the full press release.