What you need to know about the Ford Mustang and its convertible counterpart

The next-generation Mustang is coming to the United States this fall, and you should know what you’re in for when you get your hands on it.

In fact, it should be a very good deal.

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) will sell a 2018 Mustang convertible in the U.S. starting this September, the automaker announced Wednesday.

The price tag for the car will be $25,000, a big increase from the previous 2018 Mustang that sold for $21,000 in the United Kingdom.

This is the same price you pay for the base Mustang that you’ll get in Europe.

The Mustang is the best-selling sports car in the world and is the envy of every other carmaker in the business.

Ford says the 2018 Mustang will offer more than 40 more horsepower than the base car, but its most powerful engine will be the 3.0-liter V6.

Its engine also includes a new 6-speed automatic transmission, a new suspension, and more.

It also comes with a bigger trunk and a larger instrument panel.

The 2018 Mustang is going to be the Mustang’s first convertible in 20 years, Ford says.

It has been a long road to getting here.

Ford is going for a “modern, modern design” with this Mustang.

Its most recent models include the Mustang SE, which was announced in July 2016 and went on sale in late 2019.

Ford has yet to unveil the 2018 GT350R, which is a sports car with a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine that makes up about 30 percent of the car’s weight.

Ford hopes the new 2018 Mustang can match that car in terms of performance.

In the United states, the base 2018 Mustang costs $25.6 million, which includes the base price of $31,995.

You can see how the 2018 Ford Mustang will break even when you compare it to the previous model on the following chart.

The new Mustang will be available in two trim levels.

The base Mustang will cost $31.9 million, or $31K per year, or about $27,000 per person.

It’s available with a 4.7-liter engine, which makes up approximately 40 percent of its weight.

The GT350 will start at $37.8 million, with a 3.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine making up the rest of the powertrain.

Both the base and GT350 come with an 18-inch alloy wheelset, a 21-inch aluminum wheelset and a 21.5 inch aluminum wheelside.

Both cars are available in three colors, with the base model featuring silver and the GT350 the most expensive option with a base price starting at $54,950.

The cheapest option is the GT300 with a white paint job.

Both of these models come with a 5-speed manual transmission.

The Ford Mustang is expected to sell for $30,000 or $35,000 depending on the trim level.

The next Mustang model will come to the U, starting in 2019, and it will offer a more expensive package than the 2019 model.

The 2017 Mustang will have a 3-liter four-liter EcoBoost engine, with an output of 315 horsepower and 335 pound-feet of torque.

The 2019 Mustang will feature a 3,200-horsepower 3.6-liter flat-four engine that produces 306 horsepower and 325 pound-fours.

Both models come equipped with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

All models come standard with a standard five-inch touchscreen display.

Both Mustang models come in black and silver.

The latest Mustang will also be available with an optional seven-speed shift system.

Ford promises a six percent fuel economy improvement over the base models.

The all-new 2018 Mustang GT is a six.5 percent larger car than the current GT.

The car will weigh more than 450 pounds and offer a range of more than 310 miles on a single charge.

It will also feature a new six-speaker audio system that comes standard on the 2018 models.

A 6.5L V6 engine makes up nearly a third of the 2017 Mustang’s powertrain, while the new engine will deliver 310 horsepower and 332 pound-ft of torque, with up to 8,000 RPM on tap.

The 5.2L EcoBoost V6 will be rated at 541 horsepower and 530 pound-for-pound.

The 6.0L V8 will be a 521 horsepower and 535 pound-force of torque with 6,000 rpm on tap, and the 5.5 liter V6 delivers 405 horsepower and 431 pound-fts of torque at 7,000rpm.

Both engines feature Ford’s all-wheel drive system.

The two-seat, all-electric GT will be powered by a combination of a 7-speed six-cyluretorshaft gearbox with a new CVT transmission.

Ford will be using the same technology found in the 2019 GT and a seven-pass