Your 2018 Ford Mustang GT Exhaust Note Ringtone Is Here
You can now be alerted of phone calls by the sound of a revving and accelerating American V8.
Ford engineers have decided to treat cellphone users to a new ringtone. Rather than subjecting them to more generic, annoying sounds, Ford Performance engineers strapped a recording device to the rear of the 2018 Ford Mustang GT and recorded it revving and accelerating.
Unlike previous models, the Mustang GT has an active valve performance exhaust for users to adjust to their exact specification. Instead of just two exhaust settings, valves allow drivers to carefully tune their Mustang GT although most of them will probably tune it to “super loud bro.”
The new mustang will come with varying drive modes, similar to the 2017 model, that can be adjusted by the driver. If you click on the link, you will hear a 2018 Mustang GT rev and then accelerate to the governed 155 miles per hour. Ford engineers opted to use high-quality recording devices but the ringtone will be most effective with an iPhone or another phone with speakers built to play music.
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