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2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca

Красивый, сильный и непревзойденный. Мимо такой машины трудно пройти мимо, не обернувшись. Перед нами легендарный Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca в новой интерпретации.

Технические характеристики

Двигатель: 4951 см³ Twin-Turbo V8 Мощность: 440 л.с. Трансмиссия: 6-ступенчатая механика Разгон от 0 до 100 км/ч: 4,3 сек. Максимальная скорость: 256 км/ч Привод: задний Полный вес: 1648 кг Посадочных мест: 2 Расход топлива:  по городу 15,9 л на 100 км,  по трассе 11,7 л на 100 км

Стоимость: 2 400 000 млн. рублей

Обзор Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca 2013

Отличный гонщик и незаменимый «кореш» для уик-энда. Именно такие цели поставило руководство компании Ford для вновь возрожденного Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca.

Внешность суперкара позаимствована у стандартного Ford Mustang GT. Машина изготовлена из высокопрочной стали, алюминия и карбоновых элементов, подчеркивающих эстетическую красоту машины. Таковыми элементами стали нижние части бамперов и задний спойлер. Колеса машины украшены 19-дюймовыми дисками из кованого алюминия, а на дверях красуются надписи «Boss 302». Мощно и агрессивно смотрятся черные вставки в задние фары, которые под стать черному кузову. А через пару огромных выхлопных труб доносится грозное рычание мотора.

О роскоши как в новоявленной Audi RS7 говорить не приходится, но тем не менее салон Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca – полноценный курорт на двоих с достатком пространства, эмоций, драйва и приключений. Спортивные сиденья Recaro, «обнимающие» своих пассажиров, сразу же после их посадки, смотрятся как нельзя кстати. А вместо задних сидений установлен каркас безопасности, придающий большей жесткости машине. Ну и конечно же, отличная аудиосистема, стильная передняя и центральная консоли и больше ничего лишнего, — отличный интерьер для брутального автомобиля.

Под капотом расположен восьмицилиндровый турбированный двигатель, с увеличенной мощностью до 440 лошадиных сил. Крутящий момент в 515 Нм, разгон до сотни за 4,3 секунды и максимальная скорость в 256 км/ч. Мощность машины позволяет преодолеть четверть мили за 12,7 секунд со скоростью 187 км/ч. А 15,5 секунд машине хватит, чтобы разогнаться до 200 км/ч. Двигатель работает исключительно вместе с 6-ступенчатой механикой. Также этот Boss 302 Laguna Seca отличается от остальных моделей Mustang отличной управляемостью, сильным сцеплением и более жесткой подвеской.

Это одна из немногих машин, впечатление о которой трудно передать словами. Эта машина создана, чтобы разбудить вашу страсть и чувства. Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca – ваш наркотик с безграничным потенциалом.


Driven: 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302

—Lake Orion, Michigan

“The Boss 302 is the perfect Mustang.” That, friends, is extraordinarily high praise. It’s made even more impressive by the fact that those words were uttered by our own Editor-In-Chief, Seyth Miersma, a man who’s lanky Dutch frame finds its way into some seriously prime performance vehicles on a regular basis.

The thing is, Seyth is absolutely right. The Boss 302 is a huge improvement over the standard 5.0-liter Mustang GT, and it does so without coming across as overly brittle, uncomfortable, or noisy. We could spout hundreds of words about appearance and stats, but come on, you want to read about driving the car. So, with a minimum of fanfare, here’s the brochure info. Power comes from a 5.0-liter V-8, modified from the standard GT. It produces 444 horsepower, 380 pound-feet of torque, and will sprint to 60 in around 4.2 seconds. Power is up 24 from the base GT, while torque is down 10. Power peaks jump from 6500 and 4250 rpm to a sub-orbital 7400 and 4500 rpm for horsepower and torque, respectively. We have ourselves a screamer. Ford’s 2013 sheetmetal refresh looks good on the Boss, and the addition of some track-focused interior items (standard Alcantara steering wheel, black cue-ball shifter, and optional Recaro sport seats) give the cabin a feeling of purpose. [Click here to read our review of the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1]

Now that that’s out of the way, how was our time with the sharpest Mustang on sale today?

After a week with the Boss 302, we’ve come away with two very different approaches for it. We spent half our time driving it like we’d drive any other vehicle: in a civil, relaxed manner. This was needed, as one of the main questions our fans on Facebook asked was what the Boss 302 was like as a daily driver. We’ll endeavor to answer that as best as we can. The rest of our time with the Boss, we pushed it hard. We autocrossed it (a treat in and of itself), tore away from stoplights, hit the curving and narrow bits of tarmac we know, and generally tried to get as much out of it as we could. We treated it like a weekend toy, the kind of thing you’d take out to your favorite road. In general, we drove it the way you are supposed to drive a sports car.

Despite the racing pretensions of the Boss interior (Recaros, Alcantara, and such), this was still quite a relaxing place for a long drive. We really have to credit the excellent seats for that. The Recaros were big, tall, and wide, meaning it was quite easy for a variety of body types to get comfortable and stay comfortable over long stretches. Part of this was down to the cloth material that Recaro/Ford opted for. Even though we drove the Boss 302 in a typical Michigan July (hot and very humid), the fabric material kept our backsides dry and comfortable when motoring with the windows down. They also felt less pretentious and more functional than your typical leather-clad racing seat.

Despite the excellent thrones, getting ourselves positioned relative to the steering wheel and pedals wasn’t easy. As we’ve discussed in past Mustang reviews, a telescopic steering wheel is the panacea for this problem. The end.

While the same racing aspirations that struck the interior were ever-present in the rest of the car, Ford did a brilliant job of tuning them out (except when you really want to go fast). The transmission, despite its carbon-fiber plates and short-throw shifter, was disturbingly easy to learn and use.

Unlike some other track-focused cars, like a Porsche 911 GT3, the clutch was light and easy to manipulate. There was plenty of feedback coming from it, and the broad catch point (along with the prodigious torque from the engine) made for an easy-going, first-gear experience. The short-throw shifter featured an excellent mechanical-feeling linkage between the gears. Rowing from first to sixth was a tactile experience that is normally reserved for more expensive cars, with all the little vibrations and feelings of the black, cue-ball shifter transmitted to our right hand. The gates themselves had some notchiness, but we’d argue that this added to the overall involvement (along with the aforementioned tactility), as it forced us to really focus on executing shifts well. If you were one of the folks that posted your concerns about daily driving this gearbox, trust us, you have nothing to worry about. As we’ve said, the Boss 302 was powered by a high-revving, 444-horsepower, 5.0-liter V-8 that reached its peak horsepower at 7400 rpm, while torque had its crescendo at 4500 rpm. With such high power peaks, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this engine was only usable at the top of the rev range. You’d be wrong, though. Hell, we were wrong.  What the 302 delivered was a broad, manageable power curve, with a linear buildup of power as the revs climbed. This was not like a Mazda RX-8 or Honda Civic Si that required us to redline it to reach freeway speeds. Even in sixth gear, dabbing in about half throttle got us up to speed in surprisingly short order. Moreover, simply upshifting at a reasonable 3000 to 4000 rpm was enough to get to the speed limit faster than just about everybody else. Throttle response was pleasantly sharp, but in no way unmanageable. There was decent feel through the rightmost pedal, allowing easy modulation of all 444 horsepower.

Acoustically, this engine sounded really great when accelerating. It’s arguably one of Ford’s best-sounding powerplants. Our only issue with it came at highway speeds, where it tended to drone slightly.

No review of a Mustang would be complete without mention of its solid rear axle. In short, it was a non-factor, and we’ll explain why. The benefits of using such a well-traveled (old) technology like a solid rear axle is that the decades upon decades that have gone in to perfecting it. Is it as good as an independent rear suspension? No. But Ford has developed that big hunk of metal to such a degree that its downsides have been very effectively minimized.

Really, the ride quality didn’t suffer too much due to the lack of an IRS. This was a very sportily suspended car. It was firm over bumps, but not uncomfortable. Vertical damping was well controlled, and there was no sense that the car was skipping over imperfections. Better still, the type of vertical float that typifies most Mustangs was absent. Impact noises were certainly felt and heard, but we’d argue that there are other, similarly priced performance cars with worse rides/NVH (Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution being a prime example).

In short, there were a lot of performance vehicles that are not suitable for daily consumption. We’d argue that the Ford Mustang Boss 302 is not one of them. Like any car, there are compromises that come along with purchasing one. If you’ve got the coin sitting around, we don’t think any of its niggles should be enough to dissuade you from purchasing a Boss.

Now, all that being said, people won’t be buying this car because it’s comfortable. After all, it’s a performance car and should be treated as such; livable comfort is merely a bonus. So how does the Boss 302 shape up as a performance vehicle?

Fan-freaking-tastic. Really, a genuinely stunning piece of engineering and design, the Boss 302 is an exceptional performance bargain for a multitude of reasons.

Things start, as they usually do with Mustangs, under that long, slatted, bestriped hood. Sure, this 5.0-liter V-8 was a peach during the daily grind, but to really experience it, we needed to push it as hard as possible.

You have not lived until you’ve run this engine up to 7400 rpm, banged home an upshift, and felt that surge of torque as the tach needle lands right in the engine’s sweet spot around 4000 rpm. It’s invigorating. Screw Red Bull, give us a Boss 302.

Even though its power peaks were stratospheric, it never felt flat-footed at lower revs. Not that we spent much time at those lower revs, as the modified 5.0-liter V-8 revved very quickly. It climbed the tach fast but it didn’t feel unmanageable in the process. There was never the sense that it’d run to redline so quickly that we’d miss out on a shift and hit the rev limiter.

It should go without saying, but the higher the revs, the more thrust this thing had. It was happier than a chocolate-addled preschooler above 5000 rpm, where the V-8 mill generated one of the sweetest exhaust notes we’d ever experienced on a Ford product. Plant a foot north of 5K, and the Boss really just catapulted forward. Outside of straight-line running, this engine performed admirably in the bends, as well.

That same throttle response we mentioned, that was manageably sharp? Well, we appreciated it a lot more when running the 302 hard. It was delightfully progressive and linear in its execution, and allowed us to easily dial in just the right amount of thrust to the rear tires. It was quite easy to balance this thing around turns with judicious application of the right foot. There was also something to be said for the way the Torsen limited-slip differential aided cornering grip, as it really allowed us to get on the power sooner and with more confidence while tearing around the autocross course.

Perhaps the one area where we’d have liked to see more improvement was in the steering. It was a weak spot in the Mustang’s otherwise impervious armor. While there was an appreciable improvement in suspension feedback coming from the road compared to the standard GT, there was much less of a change in the way the steering communicated. Even in the most aggressive steering setup (Sport), it felt too light for a performance vehicle.

We’re placing a fair bit of the blame here on the electronic power-assisted steering system. If we were drawing up our dream Boss, it would include a return to a standard, hydraulic rack-and-pinion steering setup. We’d happily trade a couple miles per gallon for the kind of feedback improvement that comes with a non-electric tiller.

In the tight confines of the autocross course, the overall balance was surprisingly neutral, with little in the way of understeer. Gassing it out of a turn would cause the tail to step out, but the whole affair happened in a predictable manner and was easily countered with the throttle and steering. Squat under acceleration was appropriate, and did more to tell us about rear-end grip than anything. As we said, feedback through the steering wasn’t great, but the talkative chassis more than made up for it.

The brakes, big Brembos up front, were also quite impressive. On the brake-intensive autocross, we dived on the middle pedal hard, and were impressed by the amount of feedback transmitted to our right foot. Front-end grip under braking was abundant, and the pedal itself allowed us to modulate stopping power with a high degree of accuracy.

We often call cars a performance bargain, but that phrase is perhaps no more apt than when talking about the Boss 302. With a starting price $42,200, it’s not quite ready yet. You really need to opt for the $1995 Recaro Seat/Torsen Differential package. It’s the Mouton-Rothschild to the Boss 302s filet mignon; you can have one without the other, but you’ll be missing the full experience.

The Boss 302 is a Mustang like there’s never been. Not only is it pleasantly fast, but it also delivered the sort of handling confidence that the model has never quite had. It elevates the nameplate from mere muscle car to full-fledged sports car. The competition may be mounting (we’ve yet to have a turn in Chevrolet’s track-focused Camaro 1LE, and BMW’s new M3 isn’t too far off), but for the time being, there is perhaps no better trackable daily driver than the 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302.

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Engine: V-8, 5.0 liters, 32v

Output: 444 hp/380 lb-ft

Weight: 3632 lb

Fuel Economy, City/Hwy: 15/26 mpg

0-60 MPH: 4.2 sec (est)

Base Price: $42,200


2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302

By Ford Published: Nov 15, 2011Modified: Nov 15, 2011

The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is all about performance, and a nod to heritage comes standard with new paint options and design details for 2013.

A new hockey stick graphic featuring reflective stripes is added to the new Boss, calling back the 1970 Boss 302. 2013 Boss 302 and Boss Laguna Seca models feature new School Bus Yellow paint, honoring Parnelli Jones’ 1970 Trans-Am championship car prepared by Bud Moore.

“Everything we did for 2013 is consistent with and links directly back to our 1970 heritage. The reflective stripes and hockey stick graphic in particular mean something to Mustang enthusiasts,” said Dave Pericak, Mustang chief engineer. “Last year, we proved the car had what it takes to perform, and this year we focused on enhancing its eye-catching looks and celebrating its history.”

The reflective stripes on Boss come to life when lights hit them, similar to how they did in 1970 on the Mustang Boss 302. The new stripe follows the classic hockey stick motif by going over the fender and extending down the body panel.

Boss Laguna Seca has new Sterling Gray accents and will be available in vintage School Bus Yellow and black paint offerings, complemented by hockey stick stripes and gray interior rear cross-brace. Gray also sets off the front grille, mirror caps and rear pedestal spoiler, while Laguna Seca rear badging and unique two-tone gray and silver wheels round out the exterior accents. Unlike the previous model, the roof will not feature colored accents.

Similar to the redesigned base Mustang lineup, the front end offers a more powerful design with a more prominent grille. A more powerful splitter and functional hood extractors add to that look. Boss Mustang has new signature lighting, with standard HID headlamps and LED-surround taillamps.

The 2013 Boss also offers a unique functional design feature in the grille with removable covers where fog lamps would be. For improved cooling on track days, the covers can be easily removed with a screwdriver.

Additionally, the rear end features a high-gloss black panel that connects the taillamps. The taillamps deliver a smoked appearance that matches up with the sinister look up front.

The new Mustang Boss includes Ford SYNC®, the voice-activated in-car connectivity system, as a standard feature. With the base SYNC package, customers enjoy the core hands-free features and services that have quickly established SYNC as a must-have technology, with more than 76 percent of current SYNC users saying they would recommend the system to others.

Some features of SYNC include:
  • Hands-free, voice-activated calling via a Bluetooth®-connected mobile phone and control of a USB-connected digital music player
  • 911 Assist™, the automated emergency calling service that is free for the life of the vehicle
  • Vehicle Health Report, the on-demand diagnostic and maintenance information service Revved up and ready

The powerful Boss engine yields 444 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque, while still offering a smooth idle and low-end torque for comfortable around-town driving. A race-inspired clutch with upgraded friction materials transmits power, while a short-throw, close-ratio six-speed manual handles gear change duties.

Power is delivered to a 3.73-ratio rear axle using carbon fiber plates in the limited-slip differential to improve handling and longevity. For those who want even more precise control over power delivery, a torque-sensing (Torsen) limited-slip differential is available, coupled with Recaro® front seats.

In keeping with the Boss mandate to provide the best-handling Mustang ever, the already strong Mustang GT suspension system has been further refined. Higher-rate coil springs on all four corners, stiffer suspension bushings and a larger-diameter rear stabilizer bar all contribute to the road racing mission, and Boss models are lowered by 11 millimeters in front and 1 millimeter at the rear versus Mustang GT. But the real key to handling is in the adjustable shocks and struts, standard on all Boss Mustangs.

Working in concert with the suspension upgrades, Boss 302 receives unique, lightweight 19-inch black alloy racing wheels in staggered widths: 9 inches in front, 9.5 inches in the rear. The Pirelli PZero summer tires are sized specifically for each end of the car, with the front wheels receiving 255/40ZR-19 tires while the rear stays planted thanks to 285/35ZR-19 rubber.

Boss braking is also up to the challenge, using Brembo four-piston calipers acting on 14-inch vented rotors up front. In back, standard Mustang GT brakes are upgraded with a Boss-specific high-performance pad compound. The combination of vented brake shields and unique Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) tuning gives Boss drivers maximum control and rapid, repeatable fade-free stops in road and race situations alike.

Boss 302 circa 1969-70

With styling tweaked by newly arrived Ford designer Larry Shinoda, the new-for-1969 Boss 302 sported front and rear spoilers, blacked-out hood treatment and racy side stripes for a look that screamed performance.

Beyond the bodywork, the Boss 302 didn’t disappoint. Its engine combined a four-bolt main Windsor small-block with reworked heads from the then-new 351 Cleveland engine. A forged steel crankshaft, connecting rods and pistons rounded out the reciprocating assembly. The result was a free-breathing, high-revving powerplant making what Ford claimed was 290 gross horsepower – though actual output is estimated to be significantly higher.

Ford engineers also thoroughly massaged Mustang’s suspension in an effort to meet then-boss Semon “Bunkie” Knudsen’s mandate “to build absolutely the best-handling street car available on the American market.” Stiffer springs and shocks, special sway-bar tuning, a stiffened chassis and wide tires led to the fastest Mustang ever to lap the Ford test track up to that point.

(Ford Press Release)


2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 images, specs

The Ford’s commitment to its favorite pony cars has resulted into what is described as the Mustang era. Since inception in April, 1964, the Ford Mustang an American automobile, has been the heart beat of the Ford. Ford is content fighting a battle of automobile superiority with cars such as the Challenger, Camaro as well as the Rebels and GTOs on the local front. It is important to note that the Mustang inspires the design of coupes like the Ford Capri and Toyota Celica imported to the United States. Therefore the Mustang has affected the exotic front in someway.

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2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 review

Perfectly designed with strong edges, sharp lines and beauty in detail the 2013 Ford Mustang boss 302 represents everything we love about driving. Its distinct silhouette conveys power and elegance. This is truly an automobile that draws attention. The Ford measures 6ft. 1.9 inches in width, 15ft.8 inches in length with a rear track of 5ft 2.5 inches.

This 2013 model also showcases an 8.5ft. 11.1 inch wheel base a curb weight of 3650-3700 lb to support its make. The 2013 Ford Mustang boss 302 is modified with remote keyless power door locks, classic dual illuminating vanity power mirrors and 2 one-touch power windows among others.

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 images

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 features

With comfort at the back of the mind of its American designers, it is further enhanced with suede and alloy steering wheels, an efficient air conditioning system and alloy trim on dash. Safety isn’t compromised either with a 4-wheel ABS, engine immobilizer, dusk sensing headlamps, 2 front headrests, stability control coupled with an electronic brake force distribution. Others include a good traction control, post collision safety system, xenon high intensity discharge headlamp and a host of others. It is therefore a sight in itself to behold with pure technological advancement.

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 engine specs

The Mustang is undeniably an automobile that has enveloped the hearts of drivers for nearly four decades. The 2013 Ford Mustang boss 302 is quite a beast of a car. This 2013 model of the Mustang boss 302 features a Double overhead cam (DOHC) for its 5L/302 engine size with an approximate fuel tank capacity of 16 gals. Ask any car maker and a 380 ft-Ibs net torque at 4500rpm (515Nm), 444Hp at 7400 rpm horse power accompanied by a turning circle of 33.4ft is a plus for a 32 valve V8 front engine.

This Coupe Boss 302 showcases an electronic fuel injection system. It should however be noted that the engine capabilities of the 2013 model are not different compared to its 2012 predecessor. Hence, it’s looks should makes it stand out, a fact many automobile experts cannot deny. With the 5–18/25–26 mpg fuel economy of a 6 speed manual transmission of select shift manual and automatic controls the boss is truly back!

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 top speed

The 2013 For Mustang boss 302 has a considerable drag coefficient. This was accomplished not only through design changes to the roofline and windshield, but also to many small details that make a big difference on the road. Admirably, the 444-hp (326.784KW) 2013 Mustang Boss 302 boasts of a whopping top speed of 161 mph.


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2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - технические характеристики.

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  • Тип кузова: Купе
  • Год выпуска: 2013
  • Объем двигателя: 5000 см3
  • Тип топлива: Бензин

Ford Mustang - это автомобиль с типом кузова Купе. Комплектация Boss 302, характеризуется 2 дверным кузовом, вместимостью 4 мест.


Автомобиль Ford Mustang Boss 302, был выпущен в 2013 году, объем двигателя составляет 5000 см3 (кубических сантиметров). Двигатель V-образный, с количеством цилиндров 8. Максимальная мощность авто, измеряя в лошадинных силах, равна 444 Л. с., а максимальный крутящий момент 515 Нм.

Технические характеристики:

Силовой агрегат расположен Спереди. В паре с коробкой передач, типа 6-ступенчатая Механическая, они передают мощность на Задний привод, тем самым позволяя разгонять автомобиль с 0 до 100 км/ч за (нет данных), при максимальной скорости (нет данных) км/ч.

Расход топлива:

Тип топлива используемый в автомобиле Бензин, расход заявленный производителем, составляет: в городском цикле 13,6 л. на 100 км, в режиме автострады 7,8 л. на 100 км, в смешанном цикле (нет данных) л. на 100 км. Объем топливного бака составляет 61 литров.

Габариты автомобиля:

Кузов автомобиля Ford Mustang Boss 302, имеет следующие размеры 4778 мм. в длину, 1412 мм. в ширину, 2035 мм. в высоту, колесная база 2720 мм. Снаряженная масса автомобиля 1651 кг.

Полная спецификация комплектации 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302:

Год выпуска2013
Тип топливаБензин
Тип кузоваКупе
Трансмиссия6-ступенчатая Механическая
Расположение двигателяСпереди
Тип двигателяV-образный
Тип приводаЗадний
Объем двигателя (сс)5000
Число цилиндров8
Мощность двигателя (Л. с.)444
Максимальная скорость вращения (об.мин)7400
Максимальный крутящий момент (Нм)515
Скорость вращения при достижении максимального крутящего момента (об.мин)4500
Диаметр цилиндра (мм)92,0
Ход поршня (мм)92,0
Число дверей2
Количество мест4
Снаряженная масса (кг)1651
Длина (мм)4778
Высота (мм)2035
Ширина (мм)1412
Колесная база (мм)2720
Расход топлива в режиме автострады (л/100 км)7,8
Расход топлива в городском цикле (л/100 км)13,6
Объем топливного бака (л)61


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