2010 Ford Mustang

2010 Ford Mustang

With all of the problems in Detroit, if you've always wanted a muscle car, now's probably the time to act. The just-unveiled 2010 Ford Mustang (starting at $21,845) mixes classic looks with modern design. Powered by either a V6 or 315-hp V8, the latest Mustang has a new, meaner exterior with a more aggressive grille, a powerdome hood, larger wheels, retuned suspension, the first new Mustang emblem since 1964, and headlamps inspired by the 1970 Mustang. Inside, the coupe has upgraded materials and new tech, including the latest version of Ford SYNC and customizable ambient and instrument lighting that lets you set the mood in any of 125 colors.

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