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The Ford Mustang has some juice right now. In its 2018 refresh, it got a new nose and a power boost to 460 hp. At the Detroit auto show, we learned about the upcoming Bullitt version and, more recently, that the Mustang will stand as one of the few Ford cars left as the company pivots to EVs and crossovers. But the best news, at least for track day and mountain road enthusiasts, was the Performance Pack Level 2 option, which will compete with the stellar Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,Ford Mustang
The Ford Mustang has some juice right now. In its 2018 refresh, it got a new nose and a power boost to 460 hp. At the Detroit auto show, we learned about the upcoming Bullitt version and, more recently, that the Mustang will stand as one of the few Ford cars left as the company pivots...