This might come as no surprise to many of you, but the new Ford Mustang GT does a wicked burnout.
It's not big, it's not clever, but you can't help but smile when Ford's new pony car uses its 303kW/525Nm 5.0-litre V8 to turn tyres to atoms.
It's a process made all the easier by the standard-fit 'line locker' function, which allows the rear tyres to turn freely while the fronts remain stationary.
Thanks to David Roscio and the crew from Adelaide-based outfit Streetfighter, we've had exclusive early access to the new Mustang, which you'll read about in our next issue.
To see the new Mustang take on Holden's SS V Redline on the quarter mile, click right here.
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