2008 Mustang Bullitt

The re-appearance of Mustang Bullitt is a part of Ford’s commitment to produce refreshed Mustang every year.

“We added additional Mustang derivatives to our near-term product plans – to ensure we have at least one new Mustang every year. One of those will be the return of the Bullitt, and it’s coming in 2008”, declared Fields.

I know that hearing this great news, many of Mustang fans received it like a surprise, although in 2005, Motor Trend speculated that Bullitt will have a “return”, and it come as a gift for the 40th anniversary of the 1968 movie, starring Steve McQueen.


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2008 Mustang Bullitt

The 2008 Bullitt is expected to have many features from the 2001 model and it will be a GT model, with minor intake, exhaust upgrades to boost the performance of the GT’s 300 hp and probably will come by way of FRPP (Ford Racing’s Performance Packs). The engine is expected to be the standard 3v, 4.6 liter and nothing fancy.
I can wait to see it!

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5 Comments

  1. munky Said,

    October 30, 2007 @ 7:33 pm

    300 HP from a 4.6 ltr engine —- anyone in the states heard of global warming or a 500 bhb 2 ltr engine?

  2. keehotee Said,

    October 30, 2007 @ 9:57 pm

    “300 HP from a 4.6 ltr engine —- anyone in the states heard of global warming or a 500 bhb 2 ltr engine?”

    500 bhp from a 2litre riceeater engine that’s going to need new valves every 3000 miles – or 300 bhp from a 4.6litre engine that’ll probably still be running when you’re getting new rubbers on your zimmer frame? Know which one I’d go for.

  3. Jon Said,

    February 26, 2008 @ 4:24 pm

    “500 bhp from a 2litre riceeater engine that’s going to need new valves every 3000 miles – or 300 bhp from a 4.6litre engine that’ll probably still be running when you’re getting new rubbers on your zimmer frame? Know which one I’d go for”

    Are you sure youre gonna love your beast when gas prices start hitting $4+/gal?

    Naw, Id rather go with something a little more functional than obviously over-the-top, try a 250hp 3.2L v6 by VW, wow engineer at its non-americanest, aka non-wasteful.

  4. Jon Said,

    February 26, 2008 @ 4:24 pm

    “500 bhp from a 2litre riceeater engine that’s going to need new valves every 3000 miles – or 300 bhp from a 4.6litre engine that’ll probably still be running when you’re getting new rubbers on your zimmer frame? Know which one I’d go for”

    Are you sure youre gonna love your beast when gas prices start hitting $4+/gal?

    Naw, Id rather go with something a little more functional than obviously over-the-top, try a 250hp 3.2L v6 (AWD, btw) by VW, wow engineer at its non-americanest, aka non-wasteful.

  5. Jack Said,

    March 4, 2008 @ 2:43 pm

    Wasteful is posting the same bs twice. I drive a 2004 Audi A8L, a 2005 XLRV and just last week took delivery of my bullitt. For those of you counting that is 24 cylinders of planet killing power. I do not care if any of you like that. In fact I will drive the Bullitt a little harder today just for all of you. As to gasoline prices that is all about perspective. Making what I do, I tend to not give them too much thought though my commute is 57 miles one way. Having said that, it cost me over 60 dollars to fuel the XLR and Audi. The cheaper fuel that the Bullitt can run off of cost 35 dollars a tank full. All about perspective. How I do enjoy the freedom of choice and freedom from want. How I do enjoy being an American.

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