Ford Mustang Bullitt on the track of the Isle of Man TTNovember 7, 2018
Ford has published the latest video series dedicated to the most driving roads in Europe
Ford has published the latest episode of a series of videos dedicated to the most driving roads of Europe. It is a former British racer, and now journalist Steve Sutcliffe drove the Mustang Bullitt on the legendary Snefell mountain road on the Isle of Man, where the Isle of Man TT motor races take place every year.
A special version of the Mustang, released in honor of the 50th anniversary of the film Bullitt with Steve McQueen in the title role, was presented at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Musclecar equipped with a five-liter eight, issuing 482 horsepower and 569 Nm of torque, and a six-speed manual transmission. From a spot to a hundred, the Mustang Bullitt accelerates in 4.1 seconds. The maximum speed of the car is 262 kilometers per hour.
From the usual Mustang, the later version differs in reconfigured active exhaust, intake manifold from the charged Shelby GT350 with 87-mm throttle valves, as well as another engine control unit.