The engine growl in some of America’s best-selling cars and trucks is a sham. Stomp on the gas in a new Ford Mustang or F-150 and the meaty, throaty rumble, you hear is actually a finely tuned bit of lip-syncing, boosted through special pipes or digitally faked altogether.
From The Brain Of A Gum Ball Wizard Comes This Beauty
Genius ideas sometimes come from the strangest places and SEMA has a way of bringing these out in force. This year, the perfect example of this is a replica of Mach III Mustang
that was not put together by anyone normally associated with automotive production or customization.