Since The Mustang first made it’s debut in 1964, but has never been available to purchase as a right hand drive until now.
The car is available in coupe and convertible versions and a 2.3-litre four-cylinder turbo as well as the traditional V8 Engine.
The V8 engine impressively builds above 3000rpm yet past 4000rpm to the redline, which is the point at which it reaches it’s peak. If the car’s revs are pushed to it’s limit the V8 GT can hit 0-62 in 4.8 seconds.
The new Ford Mustang is on sale now, for the retail price of £29,995 yet due to high demands, Ford has confirmed that there is in fact a 12 month waiting list.
Expect a future review of the car in the “Editor’s picks” section in the near future.