DEARBORN, MI – Power ratings for the three engines powering the sixth-generation ’15 Mustang have been circulating for months, but Ford adds to the list with power-density numbers that it says harness top performance to maximum efficiency. A new 2.3L inline 4-cyl. EcoBoost engine, the first turbocharged Mustang mill since the 2.3L 4-cyl. in the limited-edition ’84-’86 SVO, joins a naturally aspirated 3.7L V-6 and 5.0L V-8 in the pony car’s powertrain lineup. ‟We ...

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