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This generation of Mustang is one of the most interesting of all, and not just because it has lost its solid rear axle in favor of an independent rear. It’s because the design and engine options are highly indicative of the times. There is no competing with the Mustangs of the 1960s when it comes to style, but the current breed is a looker too, especially when buyers opt for some of the snazzy styling packages that are available. However the most head scratching aspect about the new Mustang is the wide array of engine options.
If there was any doubt as to which Mustang is the best sounding in history, it’s without a doubt the current GT350R.
Ford seemed to think it had migrated from Michigan to Maranello when it decided to add a flat-plane crank to its 5.2-liter V8 and slap it with the Voodoo moniker. The switch altered the engine’s character as well as its voice, robbing it of a deep rumble and instead instilling it with a throaty roar. On the other hand, this generation of Mustang is also witness to the turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder, a powerful engine but a far cry from what muscle cars usually utilize. Our favorite of the group is obvious, but in case you needed any more convincing, check out the engine note of 10.4 liters of Voodoo acting like villains on an empty piece of tarmac.