February 6, 2023

Ford is promising far more horses for its gasoline-powered pony vehicle with the 2024 Mustang Dark Horse.

The Dearborn automaker stated Thursday that the specially modified fourth-era Coyote V8 in the upcoming Dark Horse would produce 500 horsepower and 418 pound-ft of torque, generating it the most strong non-Shelby Mustang edition to date.

“Mustang has often pushed the envelope. From Mustang GT to Dark Horse, this is our ideal 5.-liter V8 yet. It’s naturally aspirated awesomeness,” Ed Krenz, Mustang chief engineer, reported in a news release.

Specifics on pricing, gas financial system and -60 mph time are expected nearer to spring. The 2024 Mustang coupe and convertible designs, which are assembled at Flat Rock Assembly, are scheduled to go on sale in the summertime.

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