As for the commodity editions of the Ford Mustang, the Bullitt is among the most popular. While the third generation version was released in 2019, the Ford Mustang Bullitt has been revived at least three times. The one that appears in the video above is the last iteration, and as we said in our review last year, the third time is always the charm.
The video on board was filmed by AutoTopNL, a channel dedicated to filming cars taking into account the performance and speed. From compact to supercars, they have it all, and in this video, the Mustang Bullitt was his next tester. Filmed on a part of the German highway that has no speed limit, you'll soon see how fast the Bullitt accelerates from a top speed of 162 mph (260 mph) in several races. It is interesting to note that the maximum limited speed of 162 mph is reached in the fourth gear, leaving two more, obviously for a more efficient driving. There are some cases in the video where a run of 62 mph (100 km / h) at 125 mph (200 km / h) is only 11 seconds.
The Ford Mustang is powered by a slightly adjusted 5.0-liter V8, similar to the usual Ford Mustang lineup, with up to 480 horsepower (20 more than the standard) and eight additional miles per hour at the top end. A noisier and more animated escape note also comes with the Bullitt, and you get more noise, pops and bellows. You can also opt for magnetic dampers, and Brembo brakes do not change either. Each Mustang Bullitt comes with a manual transmission and an elegant Highland Green paint job with black 19-inch alloys.
The Ford Mustang Bullitt is the fastest Mustang no Shelby you can get in the market today, and if you like the days of the Frank Bullitt chase scene in San Francisco, this is as close as you can get.
Source: AutoTopNL through YouTube