What Is the Mustang Shelby GT-H?Last Updated February 5, 2020
Ford and Hertz teamed up in 1966 for a "Rent-a-Racer" promotion with the "H" in Shelby GT-H standing for Hertz. The promotion was revived two more times, once 40 years after the first promotion in 2006 and again in 2016.
Back in late 2012 when the 2013 Shelby GT500 was released, it was a sight and sound to be held. Being the most powerful production V8 in existence was no small feat from the joint forces of Ford Racing, SVT and Carroll Shelby himself. 662 horses of insane power just pleading to be put to the asphalt. Since then, we’ve seen the Camaro’s ZL1 and Mopar’s Hellcat seriously give the 2013-2014 GT500 a run for its money. Now, Ford Performance is answering back with the 2020 GT500 and 760 horses of American fury!
Recently named Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of Ford Motor Company, succeeding Mark Fields, meet Jim Hackett. Jim Hackett has an exceedingly long list of credentials to run one of our nation’s largest corporations. Serving as CEO of Steelcase for nearly 20 years, Hackett steps up to the plate in light of falling share prices during the reign of Fields’ tenure as CEO.
Sure, you love driving your pony car around, but have you ever wondered what the Ford Mustang is named after? The answer might surprise you! This article delves into the history of how the famed Ford muscle car got its name, as well as the history of the iconic Mustang pony car emblem.
The 50th Anniversary Mustang debuted at the 2014 New York International Auto Show, which was half-a-century after the original 1964.5 was unveiled for the first time. This article breaks down the difference between the 50th Anniversary Mustang and the regular 2015 Mustang GT Performance Packages while detailing the exciting events that took place before, during, after this one-of-a-kind build hit the dealerships.