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2018 Ford Mustang Details Emerge

2018 Ford Mustang Details Emerge

Ford revealed the refreshed 2018 Mustang back in January, but not all the details have been known. Details such as standard and optional features, as well as the car’s power output have been left to the imagination. Well, thanks to the enthusiasts over at Mustangg6g a few more details have emerged.

The folks over on that site found Ford’s 2018 fleet information guide, which is essentially a brochure for the company’s 2018 lineup for fleet customers. The new Mustang is included in said brochure, which details the pony car’s standard and optional features, as well as the color selection for it

Ford has added some additional standard features to the car for 2018, such as LED headlights that are part of the mild redesign of the front clip. Additionally, the 2018 car offers SYNC 3 with an eight-inch LCD display. Keyless ignition and a limited slip rear differential round out the new standard features.

Buyers who want more than the base car can add options such as a new 12-inch LCD gauge cluster display, adaptive cruise control and the MagneRide adjustable dampers found on the GT350 today.

Oddly enough, Ford is continuing to offer a Shaker audio system as the premium sound system option on the 2018 Mustang. This comes despite the company’s new deal with B&O Play.

Another oddity in the specifications? The 2018 Mustang has gained just over one-half inch of legroom in the front, while the rear seat has shed just over 1.5-inches of legroom. It isn’t clear what the company did to change the legroom.

Check out the brochure below for all the details.


About Nick Saporito

AutoVerdict Senior Editor Nick Saporito began writing about cars at age 13. Nick ran a couple of automotive enthusiast sites for several years, before taking some time off to focus on his career and education. By day he's a marketing executive in the telecom world and by night he hangs out here at AV. You'll find him focusing on tech, design and the industry's future.
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  1. Tone
    That's a great photo of the updated 2018 front end. Looks a lot better in this shot. The Camaro might be the better chassis, but the Mustang -- to my eyes -- is the better looking ponycar. The Challenger is a different kind of car (bigger, more focused on muscle than handling) but, man, has the styling held up! I actually think it looks better than the 1970 original.
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