Ford's souped-up Mustang comes with some cool new features for the 2017 model year. The Track Pack - which was formerly an option - is now standard on all 2017 GT350's. The Track Pack included a high-downforce spoiler, engine, transmission, and differential oil coolers, as well as an aluminum tower-to-tower brace.
Electronic Line-Lock is standard on the Mustang GT and the first feature of its kind in the industry. Electronic Line-Lock keeps the front brakes locked while releasing the rear brakes, which lets you accelerate to spin and warm up the rear tires to enhance grip. With the tires properly warmed up you get more grip and stability when launching off the line.
The Launch Control feature integrates the brakes, traction control, and powertrain control to help ensure smooth, consistent starts for all driving conditions. Vehicle performance information is displayed on the dashboard LCD screen through Track Apps. This helps drivers of all skill levels drive like a pro by providing excellent torque balance, grip and acceleration.
There are also a few new available colors for the Mustang GT350. Impact Blue and Competition Orange are being replaced with Ruby Red Metallic, Grabber Blue, and Lightning Blue. Ford also added two new luxury packages, the Electronics Package (SYNC 3, Navigation, 9-Speaker Audio System) and Convenience Package (Includes all the features in the Electronics Package but replaces the manual Recaro seats with leather bucket seats).
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor
From its release in 2010, the F-150 Raptor was designed for desert driving. The new 2017 Raptor is engineered to be tougher, smarter, more capable and efficient than ever. It is powered by an all-new high-output 3.5L EcoBoost engine producing more horsepower and torque than the previous 6.2L V8. It also will have the same all-aluminum body as the other F-150 models, reducing the weight by 500 pounds. Ford has also added an all-new four-wheel-drive, torque-on-demand transfer case. It combines the best features of clutch-driven, on-demand all-wheel drive with durable, mechanical-locking four-wheel drive. This technology produces variable damping rates based on wheel travel, which provides great off-road performance and a smooth ride on pavement.
2017 Ford Focus RS
The Focus RS comes with a 2.3L EcoBoost engine paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, making 350 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. Ford developed a new all-wheel-drive system to take handling and traction to the next level. The dynamic torque vectoring maximizes traction while minimizing understeer. The suspension is tuned for track use, with a firmer ride. The launch control feature gives you the most acceleration and traction when launched in first gear at full throttle.
The interior features heavily bolstered Recaro seats, a flat bottom steering wheel, and additional gauges for boost pressure, oil temperature and oil pressure. The RS logo is incorporated into the seats, door scuff plates, and steering wheel.
The exterior has a unique front grill and fascia and 19" wheels. The rear spoiler and front diffuser contribute to zero lift, for optimal high-speed handling. The large front opening enables more airflow for engine cooling, and brake ducts are incorporated into the front end design.
2017 Ford Fusion Sport
The all-new 2017 Fusion Sport comes equipped with standard All-Wheel Drive and the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine, producing 325 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. As for the appearance, Fusion Sport comes with leather-trimmed Miko suede interior, a unique black grille, quad tip exhaust, and 19" Dark Tarnish-painted wheels. The Sport also comes with the new Pothole Detection system, which adjusts the suspension damping to the affected shocks that keeps the wheel and tire from dropping as deeply into the hole.