Swedish tuners design a deliberately filthy Bumblebee Chevrolet Camaro.
Recently released Mustang GT350s and GT500s from Ford had sophisticated MagneRide suspension, and now Roush has added the same adaptive magnetorheological dampers on its upcoming 2023 TrakPak Mustang.
The most expensive Mustang is no longer in Ford's lineup, but the new Hycade concept has a lot of potential if it does return.
Hennessey claims that the Exorcist can embarrass any production car off the line.
The Boss 429 is one of the most admired Mustangs ever made, and the Mustang is a national symbol of the United States. This is why.
The 2023 Chevy Camaro from Speciality Vehicle Engineering (SVE) has been given a new Yenko badge and now has up to 1,150 horsepower.
Dodge recently put a definite end to the era of gas-powered muscle cars.
The newest restomod from Retro Designs is a $250k+ vintage muscle car with modern power.
The new Mustang may be upgraded by Roush to produce 750 horsepower and 670 lb-ft of torque.
Hemi V-8-powered 1970 Plymouth Barracudas are collectors' items, and the first of these legendary muscle cars to be produced is currently for sale.
The Dark Horse, a new performance muscle car, will sit atop the upcoming seventh-generation Ford Mustang.
Even though the 2022 S550 Mustang is a formidable vehicle out of the box, these ingenious modifications unleash its full potential.
Now that what was formerly a high-performance 'Cuda has been given a turbocharged 4.0-liter straight six from Ford Australia, sometimes known as the Ford Barra engine, Speedkore has made its own sideways-happy pun.
Designer of automobiles, Sean Smith. He has created cars for companies like Saleen, Ringbrothers, SpeedKore, Fast and Furious, as well as Rockstar Games, the creators of Grand Theft Auto, of course.
The new design by Finale Speed combines modern materials with traditional styling.
The late, great Carroll Shelby was born in January 1923, and Shelby American has announced a limited production of 100 Centennial Edition Mustangs to honour what would have been his 100th birthday.
The most outrageous build Mike and Jim Ring have ever completed is a vintage 1940s farm truck. It took them only 10,000 hours to complete, and it fulfilled their long-held desire to create an "anti-street-rod."