2020 Ford Mustang GT350: What You Need to Know

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Ford’s Pony Car Packs Even More of a Punch

The Ford Mustang has been one of the most popular sports cars ever since it first arrived all the way back in 1964. While there have been a few bumps in the road, including a mid-1970s redesign that briefly turned it into a glorified economy car, the Mustang has continued to draw in new generations of enthusiasts - and provoke fierce rivalries with muscle machines from Chevrolet and Dodge.

The 2020 Ford Mustang GT350 takes this already potent pony car and cranks up the performance, not to mention the price. Starting at approximately $60,000, the GT350 is an expensive plaything. Then again, not many toys have a snarling 526-horsepower V8 engine and the capability of hitting a top speed of 180 mph.

Rivals like the Camaro ZL1 and Dodge Challenger Hellcat have considerably more horsepower than this mighty Mustang, however. Even the standard Mustang GT and Mustang Bullitt come awfully close to matching the horsepower and acceleration figures of the pricier GT350. Yet, when it comes to sheer bragging rights, many muscle car fans won’t settle for anything less than the most powerful naturally-aspirated Mustang of all time. 

The Mustang GT500 is more powerful than the GT350, but comes with a supercharged engine.

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