Ford to Debut a Sportier 2013 Mustang Boss 302 at Los Angeles Auto Show
As a part of its 2013 Mustang line up Ford will debut a sportier 2013 Boss 302 at this week’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The vehicle we hear is Ford’s attempt at paying homage to the Mustangs of yester year and we see the return of classic Mustang features like the reflective hockey graphic(1970 Mustang Boss 302) and school bus yellow paint scheme(1970 Trans Am Mustang Boss 302). The standard Boss 302 Mustangs come in School Bus Yellow with black trim and with The Laguna Seca edition cars you have the added option of a Sterling Gray version.
Built as a race car the vehicle’s all powerful engine and adjustable suspension are notable features. The car’s super energized 5.0 liter V8 yields a stout output of 444-horsepower with a maximum torque of 380 lb-ft of torque. The already strong Mustang GT suspension system has been further refined. A race-inspired clutch with upgraded friction materials transmits power, with a short-throw, close-ratio six-speed manual.
The inclusion of Ford’s SYNC in-car connectivity system gives the vehicle features like Bluetooth phone connectivity and the ability to control a USB-connected digital music player.