Find a Mustang Car Show Near You
Serious pony car fanatics know the Ford Mustang isn't just a car - it's a lifestyle! One of the best parts about this lifestyle is meeting others who share your love for classic American muscle cars.
No matter where you are in the world, chances are there's a Mustang car show in your area. Here's a quick guide to finding a Mustang car show near you...
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Mustang Car Shows
USA Mustang Car ShowsThe Mustang Club of America both hold regular meet ups across the country, as well as an annual national show, usually in April. You can check out the MCA website or visit Mustang Monthly's shows page for current dates. You can also check with your local Mustang club or your neighborhood Ford dealer or performance garage.
Mustang Car Shows in CanadaThe Canadian Mustang Owner's Club holds regular meets, shows and other events across the country. Check their forums for the Mustang Car Show near you. In the greater Toronto area, the Golden Horseshoe Mustang association hosts weekly cruise nights and is a regular presence at area car shows. Find the latest info on their website.
InternationalWherever you are in the world, when you find fellow Mustang lovers, you're sure to find Mustang car shows. Below are links to some of the more active Mustang clubs in the world. Check their respective websites for information about upcoming events:
- UK: Mustang Owner's Club of Great Britain
- Australia: Mustang Owner's Club Australia
- Mexico: Club Mustang Pro AC
- France: Mustang Club de France
NAIAS 2014: Meeting the New MustangIf you’ve been following the development of the newly re-designed, sixth generation Mustang, no car show this year was more anticipated than the January North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 26th annual NAIAS was the first time the public got a glimpse of the new pony car, a radical re-imagining set to commemorate the nameplate’s 50th anniversary. Easily one of the most talked about and popular displays, early reviews of the new Mustang have been overwhelmingly positive, with Tim Stevens of www.cnet.com calling it “the biggest step forward the iconic pony car has seen in decades.”
Now that the sixth-gen pony car has made its first appearance at a major car show, what can we expect from the new Mustang when it arrives in showrooms this fall? In case you missed it, here’s a rundown of some of the 2015’s most noteworthy features:
Engines: The heart of any pony car is its engine, and in this regard the 2015 does not disappoint — though it does throw one major curve ball. While the base model V6 and a 5.0L V8 on the high-end GT are both familiar, it’s the turbocharged 4 cylinder placed in between the two that’s really got people talking. If the idea of a 4 cylinder Mustang seems like heresy to you, you’re not alone. The turbo, which is said to deliver up to 305 horsepower and more torque than the V6, is more than just a concession to the European market. It’s an attempt by Ford to redefine Mustang orthodoxy and take the brand in new directions. Only time — and a test drive — will tell whether or not that attempt succeeds.
Dimensions: Seeing the 2015 in person confirmed what early leaked photos suggested, namely that the new Mustang would be a lower, wider and altogether more modern and aggressive machine that its retro-inspired predecessor. The new Mustang will also be lighter, thanks to a redesigned perimeter subframe, and will finally be available with an independent rear suspension, resulting in improved handling and better performance.
More details about the new pony car are sure to emerge over the course of the year; until then, we’ll be keeping you posted on the latest news from Mustang car shows around the country — follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest information!