2018-2022 Ford Mustang Exhaust Systems

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The BORLA® R&D Team has been working hard to bring you the best exhaust systems for the 2018-202​2 Ford Mustang GT

  • Available in ATAK, S-Type, and Touring Sound Levels
  • Drone Free Inside the Vehicle
  • Made in USA

Each BORLA® Exhaust System is built from premium T-304 stainless steel to give you the absolute best in performance and durability. We strive to provide you with the best quality products and stand behind our systems with a Million-Mile Warranty. Feel free to contact us with any questions... Phone: 1-877-462-6752 or Email: sales@borla.com

There's nothing quite like getting behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang, and Mustang enthusiasts are thrilled with the newest release in Ford's ever-popular line of muscle cars- the 2018-2022 Ford Mustang. At BORLA Exhaust, we are currently working on the latest exhaust systems for the latest iterations of the S550. Enthusiasts will now be able to apply the legendary sound of BORLA exhaust to their very own 2018-2022 Ford Mustang.

BORLA 2018-2022 Ford Mustang Cat-Back and Axle-Back Technologies

At BORLA, we're excited to offer a number of performance exhaust options for the 2018-2022 Mustang, allowing you to customize the way your Mustang looks, sounds, and performs. Exhaust packages for the 2018-2022 Mustang will come in both cat-back and axle-back technologies as well as three different exhaust tones: ATAK, S-Type, or Touring.

Since 1978, Borla has been offering their interpretation of how a Ford should sound, such as the F-150 Raptor and Focus RS, bringing out their nuanced character with Borla exhaust systems. Now, enthusiasts can apply the same performance exhaust technology to the 2018-2022 Ford Mustang S550.

Choose Your Style: GT or EcoBoost?

Ford may have decided to remove the V6 engine from the 2018 lineup, but that doesn't mean you still don't have two great options to choose from. The 2018 Mustang GT costs around $35,000 for the base model and offers a whopping 460 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, the EcoBoost costs around $28,000 for the base model and provides 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. ​No matter what style trim you end up choosing, BORLA will have the exhaust options for you!

Unleash the power of the 2018-2022 Ford Mustang with BORLA exhaust!

What's New for the 2018-2022 Mustang?

The 2018-2022 Mustang features plenty to get excited about. In order to gain a leg up in its ongoing competition, Ford has engineered the 2018-2022 Mustang with a number of upgrades designed to make this latest Mustang go faster, look sleeker, drive better, and provide more safety features for its occupants.

One notable change is the fact that Ford has ditched the V6 engine for the 2018-2022 Mustang. Instead, they will offer a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine in the EcoBoost and a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter Coyote V8 in the GT. Both of these S550 models will see gains in performance over their 2017 counterparts, with the EcoBoost 30 lb-ft more torque and the GT providing 25 more horsepower and 20 lb-ft more torque.

For cars equipped with the Performance Package, the 2018-2022 Mustang will come with a sizable, functional rear wing, though performance package buyers will be given the choice to opt-out of this significant addition if they so choose. Other additions new to the 2018-2022 Mustang are a new driving mode called Drag Strip which is designed to increase the car's straight-line performance, a pre-collision system, a lane-departure warning, and a lane-keeping assist. The new 2018 S550 model will provide several exhaust modes to enhance the iconic vehicle experience. Four exhaust modes include a Quiet mode, Standard, Sport, and a snarling Track mode.

Of course, here at BORLA, we will be offering a complete range of performance exhaust products for the 2018 S550 Mustang. From Axle-Back systems to full race exhaust systems, you can look forward to BORLA's performance exhaust systems available now!

2018 Ford Mustang GT with Borla Exhaust
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