While the 5.0-litre V8 rakes up 416bhp at 6,500rpm, there’s 530Nm of torque to play with at 4,250rpm. On the other hand, 317bhp is made by the 2.3-litre EcoBoost motor at 5,500rpm and is supported by 432Nm of torque at 3,000rpm. Both engines make use of a six-speed SelectShift automatic gearbox with paddle shifters.
Standard on the list of equipment for both versions are DRLs with HID headlamps, a rear diffuser, dual-zone climate control, button start ignition and leather upholstery with cooled front seats. There’s also rain sensing wipers, rear-view camera, stainless steel exhausts, SYNC 2 infotainment system with an eight-inch LCD touchscreen, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
Safety is taken care of by the Electronic Stability Control, Isofix mount points, a tyre pressure monitoring system and a host of airbags including curtain and active glovebox knee-airbag for the front passenger. Ford India is gearing up to launch this muscle car for the Indian market sometime around the festive season.