Ford upped the ante with some new performance for the 2020 Ford Mustang. The enhancements come in the way of a bit of horsepower boost in for the EcoBoost versions, as well as a more track-ready Shelby trim in the new GT500. The 5.0-liter V8 performance workhorse remains unchanged, but who cares? It’s awesome. Ford F, -0.44%   offers a manual transmission for most Mustang trims. Only the new GT500 dresses out with just an automatic, but it’s a 7-speed dual-clutch auto transmission with driver-selectable modes and launch control. Many Mustang versions are also offered as either fastback or convertible. Hey, whether you opt for the 4-banger or head to the track in the GT500, you are in for a screaming good time. And there’s a Mustang to fit a variety of budgets, needs and tastes. Oh, and we need to keep buying them, because if Ford senses consumer interest in Mustang waning, they will probably ax it as they have most of their car offerings. FordPass Connect is now standard in across all trims, but there are a couple of even bigger changes. A new High-Performance Package for the EcoBoost versions retunes the 2.3-liter 4-cylinder turbo, squeezing out an additional 20 horsepower. The...