The Ford Mustang has always been a personal favorite of all the numerous muscle cars from that era. You know, the one where machizmo and being bad-ass wasn’t something you’d have to be ashamed of. Where going for a drive was exciting and exhilarating and not to just get from point A to point B. Well, I believe Ford has brought all that back and then some with the launch of the new Ford Mustang. The venue was in High Street Central in Bonifacio Global City and immediately had a racing heritage feel and spoke muscle in the automotive sense.
Some of my teammates from Ford Forza Triathlon.
My friend Mikko leading the mirrorless revolution of Fujifilm! Haha!
The cars were covered but their iconic shapes were too striking to hide.
A quick retrospective that I am sure brought back memories to a lot of the people in attendance.
I know what you’re thinking, it’s not a fastback but it is a beaut nonetheless! They revealed the Mustangs one by one with the help of models.
Hubba hubba! (the car, the car)
I saw this Mustang a few weeks prior, I dig the racing stripes.
Like it’s ready to go!
Then lighting and rock music blasted while the two Mustangs were driven in by Matteo Giudicelli and Stefano Marcelo!
I could hear the rumble of the 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engine inside this Mustang despite the loud music! Rolling in was also a white Mustang with the all-new twin-scroll turbocharged 2.3L EcoBoost® I-4 engine.
The design is impeccable. Have you ever seen anything so beautiful?
Onlookers in awe.
Stefano delivering details on how the handling feels and probably wanting to drive the Mustang more.
That my friends, is a smile no woman can give you. Only oil, smoke, gasoline and the roar of a V8 can give you that!
Every angle thought out.
Ford Forza Triathlon with Ford Philippines.
The “Ok na (nag-down na ako)” face! Haha!
High shoulder and masculine interiors make me want to schedule a test drive real soon.
Look at that rear end!
DRL that looks menacing and powerful and less bling.
Concluding that the Ecosport version of the Ford Mustang is a “practical” car good enough for daily driving and errands. Right? Right? Help me out here.
Read more about the new Ford Mustang.