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2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302The Boss returns! Ford Racing have just announced the ready-to-race Mustang Boss 302 making this year definitely “The Year of the Boss” not to mention the return of Mustang Boss 302R to track at Daytona. The 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 is the third competition car in FoMoCo’s history to be built in the company’s production facility. Limited production 2012 Mustang Boss 302 set to become the quickest, best-handling straight-production Mustang ever offered by Ford, based on the world-class foundation provided by the 2011 Mustang GT. Boss upgraded in nearly every vehicle system; engine output, brakes, suspension, interior and exterior all examined to optimize weight, aerodynamics and track performance.
2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302Full Mustang team effort results in a comprehensive re-engineering available only through the factory; new Boss is not a package that can be purchased out of a catalog or achieved through tuning or aftermarket parts. Limited-production track-oriented Boss 302 Laguna Seca model expands on Boss racing aspirations, deleting rear seat and adding race-ready suspension and aerodynamic treatments Ford gave the green light only once before: In 1968, management approved a special Mustang – a car that sacrificed nothing in its quest to be the best all-around road-going performance machine ever created by Ford Motor Company.
2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 become one of the modern American icons in 1970, after winning the Trans-Am championship in the same year. During the last decades Ford brought a lot of high performance models and versions of the great Mustang, including the Cobra, Bullitt and Mach 1. Once a cheap and affordable sports car become a flagship of the Ford Motor Corporation and take the big piece of the upscale sports car market in USA. One of the original factory tuned, high performance Mustang is Boss 302. First time produced in 1969, Ford Mustang Boss 302 was the real example of what sports cars need to look, sound, act and preform.
2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302This American automotive companies have many models, be it an ordinary car or sports car, one of which is the 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302, Ford Mustang is a Ford model who has a high performance that has been manufactured since 1969 and early 1970. Even in the 1970 Ford Mustang won many championships various automotive with drivers Parnelli Jones is a legendary racer.
New 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 is a modern sports car with a capacity of 5.0 liter V8 engine capable of producing power 444 hp, 32 hp higher than usual Ford Mustang GT. The 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 also has a maximum torque of 380 lb-ft and a more aggressive camshaft. Ford Mustang Boss 302 2012 is perfect for those who prefer the racing world because besides having great power and rapid acceleration, the 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 also has a clutch upgrade, adjustable suspension, braking system is good.
2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302Upon introduction, the V6 Coupe is equipped with a standard 3.7-liter, V6, 305-horsepower engine that achieves 19-mpg in the city and 29-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard, and a 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is optional. The 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 is equipped with a standard 5.0-liter, V8, 444-horsepower engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard. “The new 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 completely redefines Mustang capability,” said Mark Fields, Ford president of The Americas. “That the Mustang team was able to take the current Mustang GT – already a world-class performance car – and refine it further for peak track performance shows the commitment Ford has to this car and its legions of fans.”
2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 has a body not much different as the previous series, is still using classic design typical of the Ford Mustang, but the emphasis is on improved engine performance and technology found in the 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 better than the usual model of the Ford Mustang GT. It is almost impossible to understand this car without feeling the engine vibrations, without hearing the sound and steering the wheel. Even as a passenger the joy of riding in this new 2012 Ford Sport Cars Mustang Boss 302 is one of the best experiences in the life.
Production is scheduled the second quarter of 2011 and orders are now being taken at Ford dealers that participate in the Ford Racing Performance Parts program by ordering part number FR500-B302S (performance white paint) or M-FR500-B302SO (orange paint). MSRP for the BOSS 302S is $79,000.00.