Becoming an instant hit when first launched back in 1964, the Mustang has been one of Ford's top dogs when it comes to performance.
Spanning six generations, the muscle car has been offered with an array of four-, six- and eight-cylinder engines, with the latter being the one revheads lust after.
Aussies got a small taste of the pony car in the late '60s before being forced to wait until 2015 to get an official, factory-built right-hand-drive version.
This sixth generation came to Australian shores in coupe and convertible bodystyles, while being powered by either a 2.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder (known as EcoBoost) or a 5.0-litre V8 called the GT.
As of 2018, which saw the model receive a facelift, the four-cylinder produces 224kW/441Nm (High Performance model is rated at 236kW/448Nm), while the V8 punches out 336kW/556Nm.
In 2020, this line-up was joined by the uniquely Australian R-Spec variant, which added a supercharger to the 5.0-litre engine, increasing power to a 'suggested' 522kW/830Nm.
The 2.3-litre four-cylinder turbo engine produces 224kW/441Nm.