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Employing twin independent variable camshaft timing (TiVCT) and cold air induction, the new 2011 Mustang engines deliver more power, greater off-the-line low-end torque – and increased fuel efficiency. The V6, featuring a die-cast aluminum engine block, boasts 305 horsepower and 31 MPG on the highway, while the 5.0L V8, featuring an aluminum block, pumps out a smoking 412 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft. of torque. And all engines are mated to six-speed transmissions. There’s no such thing as compromise for these ponies.Read more
2011 Ford Mustang News, Reviews and Awards
When the keys were tossed to us for the first time, we weren't sure what to expect from the new 2011 V6-powered Mustang, but we figured it would be good. While the previous 4.0-liter six-cylinder example was certainly quite capable, we'd always had a little more love for the more muscular V8 models. With the 2011 model year, Ford Mustang gallops forward with an all-new 305-horsepower V6 at (get this) 6,500 rpm. Torque is way up to 280 foot pounds at 4,250rpm. This powerhouse pretty much moves the V6 Mustang to the front of the track in terms of base engine ponycar performance.