As the world's best-selling sports coupe, the Mustang is doing something right. But that doesn't mean that Ford isn't working to improve its pony car. In fact, Ford has poured considerable resources into developing to new models for 2020.

First, we have the addition of the Mustang 2.3 High Performance Package. This special package borrows its powerplant from the wildly successful Ford Focus RS. On paper, the package doesn’t seem to offer that much more power than the normal Mustang EcoBoost (a bump from 310 horsepower to 330). But that only tells half of the story -- the re-tuned engine offers a much wider power band. According to Ford, the Mustang 2.3 High Performance can access 90 percent of its torque between 2,500 and 3,500 rpm. It's also able to reach ride 90 percent of its horsepower capacity all the way to redline. In short, you'll get more power more of the time.

Next, we have the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500. This model offers more power and better projected performance than any Mustang to come before it. A supercharged 5.2-liter V8 makes more than 700 horsepower; a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission offers exceptionally quick shifts; adaptive dampers allow you to adjust handling settings for different surfaces; standard Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. It's a purpose-built track machine that's sure to knock the socks off of any enthusiast.

To get the full scoop on these upcoming Mustang models, visit Suburban Ford of Farmington Hills. We'll fill you in on the details leading up to the models' releases later this year.

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