The sixth-generation (2015-present) Ford Mustang emerged from Ford’s design center with some questioning the European styling and performance influence. When the S-550 hit dealer lots and it quickly became clear that Ford had given the performance world another winner. The widened body, lowered stance, and new color options made the new Mustang a head-turner up and down the vehicle lineup. The Blue Oval made headlines when it was announced that a turbocharged 2.3L EcoBoost-powered pony car (310 hp) would be in the Mustang stable—a move that would ultimately lead Ford to drop the V6 option entirely and unveil Drag Strip mode for the 2018 models. Why so much interest in the EcoBoost Mustang? The 2018 EcoBoost Mustang in Drag Strip mode mated with the 10-speed auto transmission will go 0-60 mph in under five seconds. Whether you’re accessorizing and upgrading the exterior, or on the hunt for performance-boosting parts, here are some of the most common upgrade, repair, and aftermarket parts for 2011-present Ford Mustangs.