The Ford Mustang is the creator of the “pony car” class of American automobiles, meaning sports car-like coupes with long hoods and short rear decks. And it’s precisely the car’s live rear axle that may disturb the handling, but it is also what makes it impressive when it comes to being solid.
Pulling a burnout in a Ford Mustang won’t do a thing to the car – it won’t even feel it. However, some individuals like to test this and take it to the limit. In the video below, you can see that with your own eyes. The clip is a perfect example in this sense, showing everyone a fourth-generation Ford Mustang Convertible Donk that is being driven way past the “10mph cruising” that is usually seen for such a vehicle.
The Mustang, which rides on wheels that seem to be somewhere close to 30 inches, bakes a few donuts. It also performs rolling burnouts, making it quite a show for the eyes of donks’ fans. This is what they call a dynamic overkill!