This article will examine the new Fords that are coming out this year. The article hopes to be a good starting point before deciding on your new Ford.
Mustang Shelby GT500
Starting with a hot new version of one of the most loved Ford brands in history the Shelby. Ford is planning on releasing the Mustang Shelby GT500 and it is looking to be one exciting release starting at 70 500 USD it will be the most powerful Ford Mustang ever built with a 5.2 liter V8 engine it will output 760 horsepowers but maybe the most exciting part of the release is the beautiful and take no prisoner design that Ford has been working on.
Compared to the other Mustangs the hood will be more rounded compared to the standard Mustang in order to give room for the massive engine that is roaring underneath. The air intakes has also gotten a facelift and at the same time become bigger to feed the bigger air need compared to standard Mustangs. A seven-speed transmission is standard and fully upgraded the Shelby GT500 will cost around one hundred thousand dollars.
The rumors were true, the Bronco is making a comeback, something that many Ford fans is very excited about, the legend of off-road is getting Ford back into the off-road game for real. Offering removable top and doors makes this car fun to drive off road in both cold kinds of weather as well as in the summer. The car itself is mid-sized which is important since Ford is trying to win the demographics that live in cities and needs to navigate smaller streets but at the same time love to go out in nature on days off. Starting at around thirty thousand dollars, it will be a direct competitor to the Jeep Wrangler.
One of Ford’s best sellers the Ranger is getting some tweaks and improvements in this year’s edition of the iconic car. With 7500 pounds of towing capacity it fits the midsize pickup segment perfectly, the only problem Ford has with the Ranger is that the whole midsize pickup market is fading even though Ford holds its ground with the Ranger in this market. The problem is that the market as a whole is disappearing time will tell if the updated Ranger will be able to breathe new life into this market. With a price tag of 24 500, it is perfect for the hobby handyman who needs to combine parking at the office and picking up children with picking up the hardwood at the weekend.
The explorer is finally getting an overhaul after having received very minor tweaks since 2016. The looks are more defined and slim and give off a more aggressive vibe something that seems to be a theme in this year’s Ford lineup. The new suspension is among the top features which promise a smoother experience for both driver and passengers. Apart from new design and suspension the other updates are mostly on tech and functionality in the car exactly what that means will be shown in early 2020.
In contrast to its cousin the Explorer, the Expedition got a major overhaul in 2018 and this year promises only incremental improvements in function. The design seems to follow the rest of the lineup with more aggressive lines and looks.
America’s most popular pickup is ready to roll out in 2020 with all-new hybrid versions that promises both to cut down on gas and function as mobile power generators for on-site jobs.