of the 2019 Ford Mustang. Base trim shown.
The motion picture "Bullitt" begins in Chicago in the late 1960s. Coincidentally, so did I; between that and being the only editor who had driven the first two Bullitt-edition Mustangs — a 2001 and 2008 — when they were new, I was a logical choice to attend Ford's national media drive for the third Ford Mustang Bullitt, held in San Francisco — the city that hosts the bulk of the film and one of the most beloved car chases in cinema history. (Per our ethics policy, Cars.com pays for its airfare and lodging at such automaker-sponsored events.)
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Like the others, the 2019 Mustang Bullitt was inspired by the 1968 Mustang fastback driven by police Lieutenant Frank Bullitt, played by the legendary Steve McQueen. The exact vehicle seen smoking its tires and catching air in the hills of "the city" enjoyed a homecoming of sorts in connection with this event, thanks to its owner, New Jersey-based Sean Kiernan, whose father purchased the car in 1974 and later declined an offer from McQueen himself to buy it back in 1977. Alas, we were not given the option to drive the original hero car.
A Familiar Feel
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2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt
The Bullitt is my everyday driver for about a month. I love this car is stealth but turn heads at every corner. The exhaust should be a little louder. Everything else is perfect Read full review
So far, so GREAT!!!
I've always wanted one. I just bought a 2019 Mustang 5.0 Premium GT with auto transmission. Gas mileage so far as exceeded expectations. Runs and handles beautifully. Down side is that there is so ... Read full review
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