Ford has seriously revamped the all new 2010 Mustang GT, making an already appealing car drip with sex appeal. At least for a car nut like myself, the only thing needed to complete the package would be a Racing Fuel smelling air freshner, dangling from the rear view mirror. But I digress, the new 2010 Mustang GT is really starting to win over even the most jaded reviewers of Fords staple stallion.
The most noticable change in the 2010 Mustang Gt is the sound you hear in the cabin. Ford has literally piped in sound from the engine bay, to the cabin, so you can enjoy the sweet tones of the 4.6 liter V8. This all new for 2010 sound pipe is equipped with a Tuned Membrane to allow the perfect transfer of sound, no fumes, to the driver and those lucky enough to be riding along.
2010 Mustang Mods
Those lucky enough to swing by the Mustang Stable at the Los Angeles International Auto Show was able to fully customize an all new 2010 Mustang. Thanks to computer technology customers could build and modify to their hearts content and then see the Mustang built right in front of them, on the computer screen. Optional accessories and modifications include everything from different wheels and tires to hood and sidescoops.
“Nobody has done this before with a new vehicle as popular as Mustang,” said Mark Conforzi, chief designer, Vehicle Personalization.
These mods will be available to anyone ordering a 2010 Mustang from their local dealership. As of this posting Ford is making available over 40 unique mods that can be ordered. No doubt this will be a great selling point for those that want to make their 2010 Mustang their own, without hitting up after market companies.
When Can You Buy 2010 Mustang GT?
Ford is suspected to open up orders for the 2010 Mustang this Spring, but your wait may depend on your order. Knowing the condition of the Big 3 right now they may be hungry to push these out the door. Retail is expected to be around $28,000 for the 315 horsepower V8 2010 Mustang GT.
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