Little and large: two performance Fords hit LA
Another classic feature from the last 20 years of TG mag: can a 'world car' work for passionate performance sub-brands?
Posted: 18 Oct 2013
Which is something the Mustang never suffers from. As old skool as it is, and as unruly as it can become, you can never say it lacks presence or driver engagement. I get that it'll need to be toned down to make it meet new regs and be saleable globally, not just in the US, but I also know that I'll miss the challenge of driving it just the way it is now. What it lacks in refinement, it makes up for with its glowing aura of power and heritage.