So we got a 2015 Ford Mustang GT 5.0
The previous-generation Mustang, despite all its flaws, was about as perfect as you could make a muscle-car design. So when the new-gen Mustang was unveiled, it caused quite a stir due to its polarising styling — you either loved it or didn’t love it. Nobody hated it though. What the Mustang had become is a more traditionally-stylish coupe, with a billion improvements under the skin.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with the Mustang GT’s styling. It is a perfectly-styled sports coupe, if a bit generic in profile, but made up for with interesting details.
Inside, the cabin is massively better than any Mustang before it, finally shedding the cheapness of the old models.
It’s reasonably practical too, with a pretty sizeable boot for a coupe.
And it now drives better than ever, thanks to its new-found rear independent suspension. It seems to have caught on with the general public too, as it was hard to keep going without running into another one. More on that in the full review.