Ford introduced an updated 2018 Mustang on Tuesday that gains performance and more advanced technology — but loses the option for a V-6 engine.
The pony car icon revealed during public days at the Detroit auto show gets standard LED lights and new front and rear fascias, accentuating its aggressive looks with a lower, vented hood. Inside, the Mustang adds a gorgeous 12-inch digital instrument display that can be customized to the driver’s preference. A mid-cycle refresh, the ’18 model makes no changes to the Mustang’s chassis that was all-new for the 2015 model year.
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