May 17, 2018
Courtesy of arstechnica: In April, Ford dropped a bombshell on us, announcing that it’s going to cull almost its entire car lineup from the US market to concentrate on SUVs and crossovers. Not the Mustang, though. The Blue Oval’s sedans might not be selling well, but that’s not the case for its sports car, which has topped the sales charts for the coupe market for the third year in a row. On Wednesday, Ford invited us up to Monticello Motor Club in New York to try out the latest flavor of pony car, the Mustang Performance Pack 2. Think of it as the ultimate all-’round Mustang—a better daily driver than the hardcore Shelby GT350 but with almost all of that car’s ability on track.