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Ford Mustang Bullitt Review: A Kickass Performer With Stunning Look

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The Ford Mustang Bullitt rides on 5.0-liter V8 engine that has undergone some revisions. It is not very different from what powers the Ford Mustang lineup but it will pull as much as 480 horsepower, which increase about 20 times above the standard.

It is also bullish at the exhaust, producing louder noises that makes it sound more lively and fun. Each one of the Bullitt is handed a manual transmission as well as a Highland Green paint job and some good-looking 19-inch black alloys.

Recently, Ford took to let us know that the special edition Mustang Bullitt will be offered well into 2020, having sold out over and above the original allocation right after its 2018 announcement. Given that this was a 50th Anniversary celebration car, there was no doubt that fans would fall in love with it.

The current styling is conspicuously and notably sharper, probably such a good update that former owners of similar versions will be feel left out upon laying an eye on this one. We are looking at an upgraded interior; a good job at extra performance, a new choice of gearboxes; revised and retuned suspension as well as and a bunch of active safety and convenience features.

Ford was probably testing the waters with the new version of the Bullitt and it seems to have struck the right chord. It is stated to be the fastest Mustang that hasn’t been tuned by Shelby and quite honestly it is some piece of a good job this one.

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