"This is heaven for GT MAG because if there's one thing that we love more than a Ford Mustang, it's the most powerful Ford Mustang in the world."
Goodness gracious that face is angry, isn't it? It looks a Boerboel all beefed up on pap and wors, and we wouldn't be surprised if it snapped your hand off if you went looking under the bonnet.
Don't. No, don't do that whatever you do because 567kW in an American muscle car is not quite the same as 567kW in a finely-polished Italian stallion. Jip, it's all Boerboel indeed, with power delivery surely as vicious as it comes.
In other words, this is heaven for GT MAG because if there's one thing that we love more than a Ford Mustang, it's the most powerful Ford Mustang in the world. Damn straight.
Ma'gents. Behold: The most powerful Ford production car ever built and the very reason why you should get up in the morning - just to listen to it. Thank you America!
But, what else then about the new Ford Mustang GT500? Well, what else matters because if housing a 5.2-litre supercharged V8, the most powerful ever produced by Ford, is not enough, well, what is? If a sub 11-second quarter mile is not enough, well, what is? If 0-100km/h in the mid-3 second range is not enough, well, what the heck is?
This perhaps: It will do a line-lock burnout, which will send more tyre smoke into the air than a service delivery protest and will turn more heads than a nip slip.
Seriously. What more do you want? Thank you America.