No matter how much carmakers try to push convertibles off as performance cars, they just can't match their tin-roofed siblings. Customers experienced that with last year's GT500, which employed the 2008 Convertible Mustang's loopy underpinnings, proving for a disastrous track-day experience. This time around, Ford used the same tech in the convertible that can be found in the coupe. Awesome. It even went one better and increased the chassis' stiffness by 12% for less flex and better overall structural rigidity. Even better: You can get the SVT Performance Package on the convertible. Go nuts. Safely.

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