The biggest surprise with the 2017 Ford Mustang was that Ford decided not to provide any electrification. That is a bold step in a world where electrification takes control. The new S650 Mustang offers more surprises than just that, though. The new Dark Horse track machine, the most potent V-8 ever offered in a Mustang, was also added to Ford’s range. Additionally, Instagram user jlord8 envisioned a Dark Horse that could be used regularly, as opposed to the traditional Dark Horse, which can only be utilized on the track.
The Mustang Dark Horse Is A Cool Wagon to Ride In There aren’t many high-performance wagons on the market, let’s face it. There are a few options, save for the Audi RS6 Avant, Mercedes-Benz E63 Wagon, and the freshly released BMW M3 Touring. Thus, a design like the Dark Horse Station Wagon might be highly profitable. Of course, the new pollution standards may soon prevent us from enjoying these comforts, but it would be wonderful if Ford would consider constructing a car like this in the interim. After all, a station wagon would be helpful, especially in markets like Europe, where the Mustang must maintain its sales superiority over the Camaro.
A 500-HP track toy, the 2024 Mustang Dark Horse The 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 that powers the 760-horsepower GT500 will be available in the Dark Horse, which will be released at the same time as the new generation Mustang. The engine has a few modifications, including a twin throttle body intake and new piston connecting rods, although it can only produce 500 horsepower. Nevertheless, this will be plenty to make a dark horse the most potent Mustang ever. However, it surpasses models like the Shelby GT500 in terms of aggression and is not merely the most powerful Mustang ever.
The new Dark Horse boasts darker all-LED headlights, blackened trapezoidal intake vents, a more pronounced splitter on the bumper, broader fenders and side skirts, and a fixed-wing in the back, in comparison to the standard Mustang. In addition, it will be offered in two variants: S and R. The S is designed for enthusiasts who spend their weekends at racetracks, while the R is only intended for use in competition. The latter will have even more goodies, like lightweight Ford Performance Parts wheels, a fuel cell for more economy, and smart seam welding.