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Following a successful preview of the car at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo, the American automaker opted to launch the Mustang in its first right-hand-drive configuration for the first time.
The Mustang’s 2021 generation is available in India in the top-of-the-line fastback GT trim. It is offered with the 5.0-litre V8 engine, which produces 480 horsepower and 420 Newton-meters of torque. Using a 10-speed automatic transmission, all of this power is delivered to the rear wheels.
It's easier than ever to enjoy the Mustang interiors, thanks to a design that pays homage to classic Mustangs while remaining completely functional in the modern age. While it is available with premium options such as cooled front seats, its subpar plastics and a cramped back seat that only accommodates the Headless Horseman are significant drawbacks. The Mustang is a high-performance everyday vehicle, thanks to its outstanding performance and spacious load area.
The engine generates 480 horsepower, which is a significant amount of power. But it's also a manageable amount of power. Because everything the Mustang has to offer is in a controlled manner, you won't get raw power. However, the power you get is still formidable. As long as you keep in mind that this is a strong vehicle, you will be able to truly appreciate its performance in day-to-day life.
A wide and muscular front grille, 19-inch wheels, and sleek HID headlights give the Mustang a formidable yet modern appearance, while retro aspects such as the extended and hefty hood, stubby rear, and LED taillights keep the Mustang's design lineage alive.
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Imagine a supercar in India, and the things that come to mind are high speeds and exhilarating acceleration that makes you scream in delight, not to mention the astronomical asking prices. But the thing with supercars is that they also make you wonder whether it is possible to drive such a vehicle in India. Enter the Ford Mustang, a high-performance vehicle that sells like hot cakes in the USA.
The Mustang's sixth generation has a new-age shape while still retaining its Mustang DNA. The large hood, arching roofline, and small tail portion all contribute to its beautiful appearance.
For the Ford Mustang lineup, the highest model is the GT Fastback, which comes at a price of Rs. 74.61 lakh. This is the most expensive Mustang model available. It has a mileage of 7.9 kilometres per gallon.
With a maximum output of 480 hp at 7,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 420 Nm at 4600 rpm, this GT Fastback 5.0L v8 model has an engine that produces amazing power and torque. The Ford Mustang GT Fastback 5.0L has an automatic transmission.
Mustang GT Fastback was launched in 2016 in India and has since enjoyed a reasonable amount of popularity. Mustang comes up with the GT Fastback trim every year, and the 2022 GT Fastback is supposed to be launched in India in 2022.
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For the first time in Ford Mustang’s history, the 2021 model featured an independent rear suspension. The new suspension was introduced to replace the outdated solid rear axle. The switch-up improves the vehicle's handling and raises the overall ride quality to an entirely new level.
The Mustang GT Fastback is formidable. Compared to the four-cylinder ecoboost version, the GT Fastback packs power and delivers the raw Mustang experience.
The car’s exterior is as intimidating as ever. Mustangs were made to have a strong presence on the road, and this one delivers on that well. It is safe to say you’ll be asked about the car wherever you take it with you.
As far as size is concerned, the Mustang was built to fit those with larger frames. If you're over 6-feet tall and weigh more than 200 pounds, you'll be comfortable on the GT's fastback seats.
Although the GT Fastback is technically a four-seater, the back seat is not quite comfortable for adults.
Entering the back seat is difficult due to the steep roofline and tight doorway. Even adults of an average height will find their heads brushing the windshield in the back.
Specified for India to run on normal gasoline, the Mustang has been detuned. Thus, it does not pack quite the punch, unlike its international counterparts.
A dual-clutch automatic transmission enables smooth gear changes. But when it comes to spirited driving, it is not as responsive as you'd want it to be. Even if you slam the accelerator or use paddle shifters, you won't be able to shift in a flash.
Even though the Mustang is available in numerous engine configurations, it would be almost disrespectful not to obtain the full-fat V8. What a wonderful surprise! The first thing you notice when you start the engine is how quiet it is. You can hear a low-pitched gurgle while it's idle, but it's not as obnoxious as you might think from a muscle car.
One thing you should know before going in for the driving experience is that the Mustang isn't a vehicle for those who prefer to go undetected. If there's a camera around, this muscle automobile is bound to draw attention. The 515 Nm of torque behind you will convert everything in your path into a blur if someone gets too close for comfort.
To truly appreciate the car's performance, you must accept that it is powerful. A 5.36-second 0-100kmph time isn't mind-bogglingly fast, but it's good nonetheless.
The GT Fastback gets 137mm of ground clearance. Although that isn't much for our country, you will have no problems with speed bumps. You can get an amazing driving experience with this car in India.
The GT Fastback is all about going back in time. It looks like a toy car and is a great new car with a V8 in India. This car is an icon and has been so for the last 60 odd years. Get this car because it's fun, really, really fun, that's all.
Body Type Coupe
Fuel Type Petrol
ARAI Mileage 13.0 kmpl
City Mileage 4.6 kmpl
Seating Capacity 4