Ford officially showed the photos of its facelifted 2018 Mustang Convertible, and we finally have a chance to see how it looks. The convertible comes with the same styling traits as its hard-top sibling, and some of the characteristic parts of the convertible are low hood, new headlights and bumpers and wide grille.
Inside, the 2018 Ford Mustang is equipped with a 12-inch digital instrument cluster that we had a chance to see in the coupe version for the first time. The convertible also comes with Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection as just one of numerous driver assistance features. Meanwhile, the drivers have a chance to save their driving preferences in the MyMode system for the next time they sit behind the wheel.
Ford offers two engine options – a 2.3-liter EcoBoost I4 and 5.0-liter V8, both of which have been modified and improved. Blue Oval company decided to give up on the V6 powerplant that was also an option before. The EcoBoost engine will deliver more torque, while the V8 unit comes with direct and port fuel injection, which improves gas mileage and adds power. Unfortunately, the performance figures remain unknown, so we will have to wait a little bit longer for more leaked info or official confirmation from the company in this segment.
What is also new on the 2018 Ford Mustang Convertible is the optional Magneride adaptive suspension and the exhaust system that has an active valve system which helps you control the level of noise, or better to say music, of the V8 engine. It is expected that the all-new Mustang will go on sale this fall and it will be offered in three new colors, while there will be 12 wheel options for customers to choose between allowing you to get the unique combination.
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