2015 Ford Mustang Gets Supercharged for SEMA

2015 Ford Mustang Gets Supercharged for SEMA

Via: AutoGuide
Author: Jason Siu

The aftermarket is already fully embracing the 2015 Ford Mustang. Vortech Superchargers will be heading to this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas to show off its supercharger kit for the 2015 Ford Mustang V8. Like previous supercharger offerings from Vortech for the Ford Mustang, there will be plenty of options for all performance needs for the 2015 model, from 640 hp to over 1,200 hp. As for the vehicle that will be on display at SEMA, the Competition Orange sports car will feature Vortech’s V3si supercharger which is good for 640 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque.
Other accessories finding its way to the 2015 Mustang include a Magnaflow exhaust system, 20-inch Forgestar F14 wheels, Steeds coilovers, a 3D Carbon lip kit and Baer Brakes.

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Aluminum Body 2015 Ford F-150 Gets Thoroughly Tested

All New 2015 Ford F150 with Aluminum Body

Aluminum Body 2015 Ford F-150

Ford puts the metal to the pedal: New aluminum-body F-150 going through extra testing at Dearborn research centre

Via: Wheels.ca
Author: Jil McIntosh

You don’t mess with success. That’s important when you’re redesigning a car, but it’s essential in a pickup truck, a segment that commands more customer loyalty and passion than possibly any other. Ford knows that when it comes to its all-new 2015 F-150, which launches later this year. It’s been the best-selling truck in Canada for 48 years, but this next-generation model has some pretty significant changes, including one that might be a hard sell to many: an all-aluminum body that’s the first-ever on a production pickup.

The company invited journalists to its research facility in Dearborn to learn about the testing the truck is going through.


[Read More: http://www.wheels.ca/news/ford-puts-the-metal-to-the-pedal]

Timelapse of 2015 Ford Mustang Build


From: YouCar

Watch the crew from DST Industries assemble an all-new Triple Yellow 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible 35 seconds, in a dry run ahead of its Empire State Building installation April 16-17. The Vehicle was removed early this morning.

2015 F-150 Pictures

F150 King Ranch 2015 Photo

2015 Ford F-150 Picture Quarter View

2015 F150 Moon Roof

2015 Ford F-150 Picture Above View

2015 F150 Interior with SYNC

2015 Ford F-150 Picture Dashboard

Sandy Springs Ford 2015 F150 Launch

2015 Ford F-150 Preview Event Picture

2015 F150 Machined Aluminum Wheel Photograph

2015 Ford F-150 Wheel and Tire Picture


The All-New 2015 Ford F-150 graced the  Sandy Springs Ford Showroom before its debut at the Atlanta International Auto Show. We were proud to have been the first Dealership to display the radically redesigned truck. Tons of improvements make this one highly anticipated pickup. It’s high-strength steel frame and aluminum-alloy body make this the TOUGHEST F-150 yet. New class-exclusive features include 360 degree camera, 400-watt power outlets, and remote tailgate release making it SMARTER. And being 700 pounds lighter with four available engine choices make it MORE CAPABLE.

We wish you all could have been here to see it in person. But we promise to get more in soon, and you are invited to take a closer look when they arrive. This New 2015 F-150 is scheduled to go on sale late 2014.

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Ford Releases Photos of 2015 King Ranch Models

2015 Ford F150

2015 Super Duty King Ranch

Ford Reveals Photos of 2015 King Ranch Models at Houston Rodeo
By: Edward A. Sanchez
Via: TruckTrend.com

For more than a decade, the King Ranch trim has represented flagship-level luxury and features on Ford trucks and SUVs. To commemorate the two brands’ 15-year relationship, Ford commissioned Texas state photographer Wyman Meinzer to photograph a collection of the 2015 Ford King Ranch models, which include the all-new 2015 F-150, the Super Duty, and the Expedition.

Meinzer’s photographs will be on display March 4-23 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The King Ranch trim still stands near the top of the trim hierarchy, but is no longer alone, with the F-Series now featuring Limited and Platinum trims. Nonetheless, King Ranch has the most “cowboy cred” with a significant 40 percent of Super Duty sales in Texas being the King Ranch model.

Updates for the 2015 Ford King Ranch model year include four new colors, including Caribou, Bronze Fire, Guard, and Ruby Red Metallic clearcoat. 2015 King Ranch models will give buyers the option of monotone or two-tone colors. The King Ranch models also feature the trim-exclusive interior color of Premium Mesa Brown leather.

Read more: http://www.trucktrend.com/features/news/2014/163_1403_ford_reveals_photos_of_2015_king_ranch_models_at_houston_rodeo/#ixzz2vDSP23ga

Most Anticipated Cars of 2014

6 Most Anticipated Cars of 2014
via: Autotrader.com

2015 Ford Mustang

All-New Mustang

2015 Mustang at World’s Fair Site

We still don’t have full details on the latest Mustang, but we have images, and it’s clear that this globe-trotting pony is designed for an international clientele. The lines are still unmistakably Mustang, but they’re more sophisticated now, even evoking the long, lean look of an Aston Martin from certain angles. This is the first ‘Stang that might steal some buyers from BMW, yet its muscle-car mojo has somehow been preserved.

Speaking of sophistication, the 2015 lineup will be the first to employ an independent rear suspension across the board, which should make this already capable pony even friskier in tight corners. Perhaps more important, it will silence those who love to hate on the current Mustang’s live-axle suspension despite its formidable real-world capabilities. The interior, too, will change drastically, with a sleek look and upgraded materials that we hope will finally do this legendary nameplate justice.

2015 Ford F-150

2015 Ford F-150 Platinum

2015 Ford F-150 Platinum

The vehicle we know the least about is Ford’s all-new F-150, but it may also be the most intriguing. Although the details have not yet been confirmed, Bloomberg and others are reporting that the new truck’s body panels will consist largely of aluminum, which is considerably lighter than steel. When Ford unveiled the Atlas concept — a thinly disguised F-150 design study — at last year’s Detroit Auto Show, there was talk of a 750-pound weight reduction compared to the current F-150. That’s a lot of weight, but an aluminum shell just might do the trick. As a fringe benefit, aluminum is naturally rustproof, giving Ford a theoretical edge in durability.

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