Ford will create a new Mustang SVO EcoBoost?May 3, 2019
“Not this one,” a Ford spokesman said quietly during a Ford Mustang EcoBoost show in 2020 in Detroit, when journalists asked him why this car did not receive a SVO nameplate. So it can be assumed that the leadership of the American brand over time will necessarily introduce the receiver of the old SVO model.
Recently shown to the public at the New York Auto Show in 2019, the high-performance Ford Mustang EcoBoost 2020 claims the title of the longest name that has ever been applied to the legendary sports coupe. Under the hood, this car was a 2.3-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost – this engine was borrowed from the Ford Focus RS, but for the legendary coupe, its power was increased to 330 horsepower.
This engine could boast a wider torque curve, a four-circuit exhaust pipe, front rotors from the Mustang GT, modernized anti-roll bars and specially calibrated magnetic shock absorbers.
It didn’t take long for enthusiasts to ponder why this 2.3 l turbocharged Monster mini monster didn’t carry the iconic SVO badge, like it was 35 years ago.
After all, this car has everything you need for this: a powerful 2.3-liter turbo engine and a bunch of high-performance equipment.
So why not just call him the SVO Mustang? “Not this one,” a Ford spokesman said quietly during a car show in Detroit, when journalists asked him about why this car did not receive a SVO nameplate.
Produced between 1984 and 1986, the original Ford Mustang SVO offered a 2.3-liter four-cylinder turbo engine as an alternative to the 5.0-liter V8. It was one of the fastest and most expensive “mustangs” of its time.
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