An Unquestionably American Convertible, the Ford Mustang GT
The legacy left by its predecessors leaves a lot for the Ford Mustang GT to live up to, but this modernized take on classic American power and style exceeds all expectations set before it. Available for hire with exhilarating V8 power, this Ford Mustang GT is prepared to cover open roads with ample power and direct handling. Inside, luxurious comfort and technology await with classic muscle styling throughout. Grab the keys to this iconic sports car and let this Ford Mustang GT in Los Angeles near LAX, Trendy Beverly Hills, and Central West Hollywood breathe life into renting for business or leisure on your way to Santa Monica or up the coast to Newport Beach.
Ford Mustang GT’s now fully-independent suspension brings handling prowess back to the Mustang nameplate. Allowing for a responsive ride with quick handling, renting a Ford Mustang GT allows you firsthand experience of road gripping performance. Four piston brakes and a limited slip differential round out chassis improvements, yet the true calling card for the Mustang is its 5.0 liter V8 engine.
At the heart of this hire sports car is a high-revving V8, and the Coyote 5.0 is good for 435 horsepower, and you’ll feel total command of that power each time you take the leather wrapped wheel in your own hands. 60 miles per hour disappears in 4.5 seconds, and the classic V8 rumble encourages exploration of the higher end of the rev range. This dual overhead cam V8 will red line at 7,000 RPM, and is well matched to the updated chassis. Optional drive modes exist as well as switchable traction control, both accessed through machined silver switches that are reminiscent of aircraft switchgear.
Dual zone climate control and heated leather seats welcome you into the four seat cabin, and the console houses a Ford Sync display for backup camera and CarPlay integration. Above, a sliding glass roof brings natural light into the luxury rental car’s cabin.
The Ford Mustang GT is angular and aggressive from the outside, with HID headlamps framing the classic galloping Mustang logo. Pulling inspiration from the 1967 Fastback, a sloping rear roofline leads to horizontal tail lights. For those looking to recreate Steve McQueen’s iconic film Bullitt, Carhopper offers the Mustang GT in San Francisco near Union Square as well. With the iconic hills that set the stage for one of film’s most famed car chases, you can relive the glory of America’s muscle fascination.