We shake down these mega muscle cars on the open road.
Their natural habitat.
Maximum muscle cars duke it out on the road course.
LAP TIMES PLEASE!!!!
Yes-I agree with dollarandsense. Ford must upgrade. That appears to be happening in 2015, however. It will be interesting to see if Chevy imbues the Camaro SS with some of the suspension and steering goodies from the ZL1. Also it will be really inrteresting how the GT500 is going to get all that 650 HP to the ground and still offer a decent ride.
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I love my 2011 Grand Sport, but would love to have the 580hp Camaro engine. Both are equally awesome.
It is time for Ford to move into this century and upgrade at least the top mustang(GT500) to current technology. I know the old mustangers want to keep that live axel and mechanical suspension changes but it is time. I own a 2011 GT500 convertble with HP upgrades but I am serious about looking at a ZL1 convertible when available however I won't buy one on principle based on my tax $ going to GM. I am not wow'ed by the 2013 GT500 increased HP as I have that much in my 2011 and the tweek's to the rear end ratio and tranny to get higher top end and no shift nec for 0-60 and minor suspension upgrades that doesn't cut it. I want fully independant suspension and a computer savy one as well My phone has more tech than the mustang's suspension & steering. PLEASE Ford upgrade.
Better enjoy these few months before the 2013 GT500 hits the streets.