The Ford Mustang has been an iconic car since its introduction in 1964. It became even more powerful and popular when Shelby took to producing hotter versions. It is still in production, and the 2015 model seems to be the hottest version yet. It has a 5.2 liter V8 flat crank engine which churns out 500 bhp of power and more than 400 lb.-ft. of torque, and a 6-speed manual transmission, this baby is going to be fast. Its performance will be even more enhanced.

Ford GT350However, when it was seen in the L.A. Auto show, it came in a blue color which was good enough. But very recently, spotted in Detroit were a couple of versions which prove to be even hotter. The GT350 seen here sports a Bumblebee Yellow finish with twin black racing stripes and matt black detailing looks positively menacing. Also seen is the slate grey GT350R withwhite racing stripes and black detailing high rear spoiler with killer looks. This one is quite obviously meant for the race track. It is assumed that these cars are out for the final testing phase before production.

Another slate grey model is also seen here with a lower lip spoiler at the back. It is likely to be a 350 rather than a 350R with a rear spoiler option.

Ford Mustang GT350The Ford Mustang is the only American muscle car to remain in continuous production since 1964. The 60s models are considered classic cars. The 1967 GT Fastback was featured in the film Bullitt, driven by Steve McQueen, and as a result the Mustang gained celebrity status. The 2015 model is the Fifth Generation of cars to carry the Mustang badge. From a design point of view, it is the most advanced model yet.