The Next Generation of Ford Engines: The Coyote Engine
Everyone wants to own a Mustang at some point in their lives. The Mustang is a banner vehicle for Ford and one that has its own mystique. For the past few decades, many consumers have scrimped and saved in order to afford the Mustang, and it appears that is not going to change. This is especially true considering that the 2011 Ford Mustang is reported to have the mysterious and hyped Coyote engine in it.
The 2011 Ford Mustang already has some super tires on it that give it better control and stability and that is very important considering the 400 horsepower engine that is going under the hood. The original 4.6 liter V8 engine is now being replaced with a 5 liter V8 engine, which itself has 400 pounds per feet of torque, which will make the 2011 Ford Mustang a strong competitor with the Chevy Camaro and the Dodge Challenger.
The 2011 Ford Mustang Coyote Engine is made out of aluminum with 32-valves to produce that 400 horsepower. To put this in contrast, the old Mustang engine reached 315 horsepower, which is nothing to laugh at as it is, so the new Coyote Engine puts that horsepower in the dust by a full 85 horsepower. With the six-speed transmission, it should come as no surprise that the 2011 Ford Mustang and its Coyote Engine can reach 100 miles per hour in less than five seconds. There is some serious power under that hood now.
What makes the 2011 Ford Mustang and the Coyote Engine so great is not just the amazing power under the hood, but the fact that the vehicle is also very fuel efficient. It is currently rated at an excellent 30 miles per gallon on the highway and 20 miles per gallon in the city.
With the 2011 Ford Mustang Coyote Engine, you get speed, a great look, an iconic brand, and to top it all off, fuel efficiency to help your wallet and the environment at the same time.