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Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019: перерождение легенды 60-х

Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019: перерождение легенды 60-х

Обзор Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019: внешний облик Bullitt, внутреннее оформление, технические характеристики, безопасность, уровень комплектации и цена. В конце статьи — тест-драйв Форд Мустанг Буллит 2019 года!

Содержание обзора:

  • Внешний вид
  • Салон
  • Характеристики Ford Mustang Bullitt 2019
  • Системы безопасности
  • Стоимость и комплектации Форд Мустанг Буллит 2019 года
  • Видео

50 лет назад на североамериканском рынке вышла легендарная кинолента «Буллит», главную роль в которой сыграл известный киноактёр и авто-мотогонщик Стив Маккуин. Фильм прославился благодаря 10-минутной сцене погони, где Фрэнк Буллит (лейтенант полиции и бескомпромиссный борец с преступностью), находясь за рулём темно-зелёного купе Ford Mustang, преследует двух киллеров, убегающих от него на маслкаре Dodge Charger. Этот эпизод настолько понравился зрителям, что фильм практически моментально стал культовым.

В 2001 и в 2008-м годах компания Ford радовала своих поклонников выпуском специальных версий Mustang Bullitt, созданных по мотивам киноленты. В 2016 году в Сети стала появляться информация о том, что автопроизводитель намерен выпустить третье поколение культовой модели, а в 2018-м слухи стали реальностью – в ходе Детройтской автовыставки компания показала новое поколение Ford Mustang Bullitt, приуроченное к 50-летию фильма «Буллит».

В основе новинки лежит Mustang S550, который оснастили коктейлем из «пакетов» GT-Premium и Performance, а также лишили кузов автомобиля цветных полос, спойлера и броских логотипов. Но и это ещё не все.

Ford Mustang Bullitt: что нового в 2019 году?

Форд погрузился полностью в ностальгию и создал Mustang Bullitt 2019 года. И можно с уверенность сказать, что им было весело делать это. Автомобиль доступен в двух цветах: в Dark Highland Green или Shadow Black. Но и сложно представить, чтобы он не получил свой фирменный зеленый оттенок. Механизм МКПП имеет белую ручку в виде биты как дань оригинальному автомобилю.

Дополнительный пакет электроники включает в себя навигацию, автоматизацию сидений и зеркала водителя, модернизированную звуковую систему. Из системы помощи водителю имеется обнаружение мертвых зон с предупреждением о перекрестном движении. Подвеска Ford MagneRide и сиденья RECARO — это единственное, что технически осталось от классического Мустанга.

Интерьер

В штатной комплектации будут высокое качество отделки, современный уровень технической оснастки и путевого комфорта для водителя и пассажиров.

Удобную посадку гарантируют отделанные специальной кожей спортивные сидения Recaro, оснащенные подлокотниками, а также широким диапазоном эксплуатационных настроек и памятью нескольких положений.

На фото и видеороликах просматривается продуманная компоновка расположенного в углублении передней панели виртуального 12-дюймового приборного щитка, интегрированного в центральную консоль мультимедийного командно-информационного дисплея.

В наличии удобный доступ:

  • к пультам настройки систем навигации и климат-контроля, а также
  • расположенным на центральном тоннеле рычагам коробки передач и стояночного тормоза.

Предполагается агрегатирование серии Буллит адаптивными амортизаторами, высокоэффективными тормозными устройствами Brembo и фрикционными дифференциалами.

Новый Форд Мустанг 2019 модельного года оборудован регулируемой подсветкой щитка и салонного объема, системами кругового видеообзора, стабилизации ходовых параметров, пассивной и активной безопасности.

Interior Highlights: Symphony of V8 Sound

The first thing you have to consider is parking your Bullitt! Y ou don’t want to park too close to someone for fear of door dings on that gorgeous Highland Green paint. We also found out real fast how the long doors make it nearly impossible to get in and out of the low-slung Mustang. If you have rear passengers they need to be child-size, because they will have a hard time accessing the rear. The seat belts are another issue in this performance car. It’s quite a long reach back just to get the belts. Once we got in, however, there’s a good range of adjustment for the steering column and seat height, allowing both tall and short drivers the ability to find a comfortable driving position.

We immediately noticed the white cue ball shift knob, and that brought back good muscle car memories. Our Bullitt tester came with green accent stitching, a 12-inch LCD instrument cluster, and a heated steering wheel.

The cabin feels spacious up front and there’s plenty of elbow room to get comfortable. Everything is well laid out and the build quality feels solid, even though there are some hard plastics. The fit and finish feels tight with no annoying rattles to detract from the 5.0 V8’s rumble. Visibility is not great as you would expect from a raked roof coupe like this. Decent side mirrors help shrink the typical blind spots, and we were thankful for the standard rearview camera when backing into a tight spot. Given the rear seats are very size-restrictive for passengers, i t’s a great place for additional storage.

2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt interior layout.

Movie buffs and car enthusiasts alike are going to fall in love with what Ford has recently released at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this week: the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt.

Even if you haven’t seen the 1968 classic Bullitt, you’ve probably seen the memorable chase scene between the Mustang Bullitt and a Dodge Charger through San Francisco and out into the outskirts of town, ending badly for the Charger. After all these years, Ford has finally announced that the Mustang Bullitt is back to revive its legendary silver-screen performance with all-new levels of power. Join us here at Sherwood Ford as we take a look at what the 2019 Mustang Bullitt will be able to do.

Mustang Bullitt Engine Performance

The new limited-edition Mustang Bullitt will feature a 5.0L V8 engine that is capable of cranking out 475 horsepower, and an eye-popping 420 lb-ft of torque. The Mustang Bullitt has been designed to be one of the fastest Mustang models to date, topping out at around 262 km/hr. The Mustang Bullitt will be outfitted with a manual transmission, providing you with the classic feel of a late-60’s muscle car, just like the original.

Mustang Bullitt Technology

Included with the Mustang Bullitt will be all the features packaged in the Mustang GT Premium and Performance packages. This will allow for a fully-modern yet classic-looking car that is sure to turn more than a few heads each time you drive around the block. The heated leather steering wheel will be perfect for those chilly autumn days when you want to make the most out of your trip to the grocery store, and the 12-inch all-digital LCD instrument cluster will feature a unique Bullitt welcome screen with an image of the car rather than the pony as is displayed on other Mustang screens.

If you’re interested in learning more about the 2019 Mustang Bullitt, we encourage you to keep an eye on our blog as we’re sure to update it as soon as we get more information. You can also give us a call and talk to one of our knowledgeable and friendly team members. We’re always more than happy to answer any and all of your questions regarding Ford vehicles. While we’ve got you on the phone, be sure to reserve your Mustang Bullitt edition so you’ll be the first one in the neighborhood to drive one home. Just, try not to challenge any of your neighbors to a race. If you remember from the movie, it doesn’t end well for the other car.

Prices shown are the prices people paid for a new 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt Fastback with standard options including dealer discounts. Taxes, fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees), manufacturer incentives and rebates are not included.

Average price paid

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Limited-Edition Premium Features

The Ford Mustang Bullitt offers the classic Dark Highland Green exterior paint that pays homage to the 1968 classic movie, and it is also available in Shadow Black. It features classic 19-inch 5-spoke heritage aluminum wheels, Red-Painted Brembo™ Brake Calipers and a unique black front grille.

The beautiful leather interior features unique green accent stitching throughout including the seats, center console, door panels, dashboard and even the floor mats.

You’ll also be able to enjoy its 12-inch LCD Digital Instrument Cluster with MyColor® . This display allows you to customize your driving experience throughout the streets of Marietta and beyond. You can choose your gauge layout, personalize your ambient lighting and adjust each selectable drive mode to your preference.

Additional Available Features Include

  • Voice Activated Navigation System with pinch-to-zoom capability
  • Bang and Olufsen 12 Speaker Premium Sound System with Subwoofer
  • Ford Pass™
  • Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert
  • RECARO® black leather-trimmed racing seats
  • Climate Controlled Front Seats (Heated and Cooled)
  • Dual-Zone Electronic Temperature Control

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Eleven minutes. That’s about how long it took Steve McQueen, starring as Police Lieutenant Frank Bullitt, to defeat a pair of evildoers while behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang in the hit 1968 film Bullitt. In the process, two bad guys in a Dodge Charger are sent careening to a fiery finale—and, simultaneously, the world of cinema realized a mesmerizing car chase equals box-office gold.

Luckily, Ford Motor Company took an important lesson from this movie, too: Nostalgia sells. And the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt is rolling proof. This is the third time Ford has brought back a Bullitt-themed Mustang, with the first two having arrived in 2001 and 2008.

Just in time for the movie’s 50th anniversary, the latest Mustang Bullitt has the same Highland Green paint job that was sported by McQueen’s 1968 original, along with the two previous throwback models. But just in case green isn’t your thing, it’s worth noting that the new Bullitt is also available in black.

The Bullitt shoots from zero to 60 mph in 4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 163 mph. Photo: Courtesy Ford Motor Company.

Ford recently provided an entertaining test-drive on the roads surrounding the Bay Area, with one simple caveat: Don’t jump the car over the hills of downtown San Francisco! While scenes of airborne muscle cars make for stunning cinema, attempting the same feat during our tour would be seriously frowned upon.

While frustrated over the command to keep all four wheels firmly planted on the ground, we found that the Mustang Bullitt’s nimble handling and powerful V-8 engine still provided plenty of thrills during our day with the car. For starters, this is the most powerful Bullitt model ever produced, courtesy of the 480 hp, five-liter V-8 engine that’s fitted solely to a six-speed manual transmission.

This endows the car with 20 more horses than the standard GT model, which should be enough of a gap to satisfy anyone willing to pay the $47,595 starting price for the new Bullitt. Options are few and include such items as active magnetorheological dampers, Recaro front seats with green stitching, and an electronics package that features a Bang & Olufsen audio system, navigation, blind-spot monitors, and a memory function for the driver’s seat.

Recaro front seats are an option on the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt. Photo: Courtesy Ford Motor Company.

Slipping the six-speed into first gear and pulling into traffic, I found the expected weight and heft of the Bullitt to be noticeably absent. Although the cue-ball-like shifter knob might suggest an old-school transmission with a ponderously heavy clutch pedal, the Bullitt’s power train was forgiving (even when traffic slowed to a crawl), and the gearbox is remarkably user-friendly in operation.

When the roads started to clear, however, it was the V-8 engine that stole the show. If Ford could bottle the exhaust note of the Mustang Bullitt and sell it by the ounce, the American auto giant could rival the likes of Chanel and Givenchy. It’s an intoxicating sound that’s brought about by the Ford engineers’ careful programming of the engine electronics, along with revised throttle bodies and cold air intake. Whatever they did, this Mustang sounds delicious and throws down the acoustic gauntlet to key rivals, such as the Chevrolet Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger R/T.

The car doesn’t simply sound fast; it feels powerful. The engine loves to rev, and stretching the tachometer beyond 7,000 rpm results in a spine-tingling soundtrack coupled with fearsome performance. Accelerating from zero to 60 mph takes about four seconds, while the top speed is listed as 163 mph.

We didn’t get to drive quite that fast, however, or launch over any hills, but the Bullitt does hit all the right buttons when it comes to making every drive feel like an epic adventure. A set of massive, red-painted Brembo brakes helps ensure the story has a happy ending when it’s time to wrap up the action. A rev-matching feature on the six-speed gearbox also helps you sound like a hero as you row down through the gears.

The Bullitt’s interior combines modern amenities and a few retro refinements. Photo: Courtesy Ford Motor Company.

Where does the Bullitt falter? Well, even though the shape of the Mustang is sharp and menacing, the lack of badging (a nod to the original film car) makes it look a little too boy-racer for some. The color palette is also extremely limited—and, if we’re being honest, anyone not choosing green has pretty much lost the entire plot of this car.

And while Ford is getting more mileage from the Bullitt legacy, there’s no hiding the fact that this car’s cabin is certainly not cutting-edge. But the infotainment system is relatively easy to navigate, if a bit slow to respond, and the optional audio system does a commendable job competing with that sonorous V-8 engine.

In addition, the overall layout and materials used in the interior lack modernity, to the point that going to the opposite retro-minimalist extreme seems a viable choice. Just remove the touch screen, any navigation, and the fancy radio, and make every gauge analog. An interior pared down to the bare bones would better suit this car. At the very least, they could put actual aluminum trim across the dashboard, not silver-painted plastic.

The Mustang Bullitt is still a remarkably balanced and potent muscle machine, despite some technological and aesthetic flaws. As a daily driver, the available power and exhaust note might be too much of a good thing, especially if you’re not one for making dramatic entrances everywhere you go. But as a nostalgic twist to another era, the 2019 Mustang Bullitt is a refreshingly fun and exhilarating take on a long-established legend.

No, what a silly question.

Well, there’s a higher asking price for the Mustang Bullitt to begin with, but the thing is covered by the same five-year unlimited kilometre warranty as the rest of the range. And there’s also capped price servicing averaging around $430 per service for the first five years or 75,000km. Service intervals are 12 months or 15,000km. Fuel consumption is high so you’ll need to factor in extra dollars at the bowser. The claimed combined consumption is 13.0L/100km for the manual Mustang but in our week with the Mustang Bullitt we averaged 15.3L/100km and that was only with one full day of hard testing on our drive loop and beyond.

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