2013 Ford Mustang Models Revealed At Los Angeles Auto Show

Ford pulled back on the curtains on the 2013 Ford Mustang lineup at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Tuesday night. Ford has released the details of the 2013 Mustang range ahead of its Los Angeles debut.

Yet another argument for the contention that we’re living in a golden era for American muscle cars arrives with the 2013 Ford Mustang, which will sport a brace of tech and styling updates across its line. This fifth generation of 'Stang has been around ever since 2005, but has benefited from a myriad of changes since then, transforming it into a genuinely good, genuinely fast sports car.

The Shelby GT500 was the star attraction, even with the blindingly yellow Boss 302 and convertible variants alongside. Ford says the Shelby version will have the most powerful production V-8 engine in the world, with a top speed of over 200 mph. The Mustang range has got some visual updates and also the Mustang Boss 302 model will be available in the 2013 model year.

Ford claims that the beastly supercharged 5.8 liter V8, with 650 horsepower and 600 lb.-ft of torque, can carry the GT500 to a top speed of 200-mph. Last year's LA Auto Show actually saw a host of changes to the entire Mustang range, which is why its surprising to see these new cars so soon.

"I think it's the greatest Mustang that's ever been built," the 88-year-old legend told the crowd at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, after being introduced by Ford sales and marketing chief Jim Farley.

Ford also will unveil the freshened 2013 Mustang, which comes with more aggressive styling and new LED lighting to give it a high-tech look, the company said.

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