Ford Performance, the company that makes the Ford Mustang, says Harry Styles is the better performer on its Mustang GT, and that the company has not yet made any changes to the GT.
But what do you make of the claim that Styles is performing better on the GT than on the Mustang?
The answer is simple: it depends.
Ford Performance and Ford Motor Company did not respond to The HuffingtonPost’s request for comment.
Styles performs better on its 2017 Mustang GT than his current model, and the Mustang’s performance on the new 2017 model will be similar to the 2015 model.
Ford has been touting the improved performance of the Mustang GT for the past year.
Styles has been performing much better on Ford’s new GT than he has on the previous model, the 2017 model, according to Ford Performance’s performance data.
Styles performed even better than the new model on the 2017 GT, though, and Ford has not made any modifications to the car to improve its performance.
Styles, however, did perform better on last year’s Ford Mustang GT and that performance was not reflected in Ford Performance performance data for the 2017 Ford Mustang.
Styles was a key member of Ford’s Performance Team, which was responsible for testing the performance of all the cars in the Performance Series and also for driving the new Mustang.
Ford’s first-generation Mustang GT debuted in 2014.
Styles’ performance performance on Ford performance cars was always in the mid-20s.
Styles had been working on Ford cars for decades, though.
He started out as a Ford Performance technician before transitioning into a driver.
He began his career as a technician for Ford, and in 2018, he was the lead engineer for the new Ford Mustang SVT.
Styles is a long-time Ford Performance engineer.
In 2014, Styles won the Outstanding Performance Driver at the 2018 North American International Auto Show, and he was inducted into the Ford Performance Hall of Fame in 2017.
Styles also worked on the Ford Focus RS, the 2018 Focus RS with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four, the Focus RS Hybrid, the 2019 Focus RS in a new “V” body, the new Focus RS Supercharged, the Ford GT Performance, and a new Ford GT, the all-new 2018 Ford Mustang and the 2019 Ford Mustang Raptor.
Styles joined Ford in 2004 as a technical supervisor.
Styles worked for Ford from 2007 to 2016, when he was promoted to chief engineer and became a senior engineer for Mustang production.
Styles started Ford Performance in the 1990s, when Ford built its first Mustang and later, the F-Series.
Styles left Ford in 2008, after working for Ford Performance for 20 years.
Styles retired in 2017, after 20 years at Ford Performance.
Styles died in 2015 at the age of 57.
Styles made headlines in October 2016 when he died in his sleep while driving his car in California.
He was found unconscious in his Ford Mustang while traveling in a highway accident in Los Angeles.
Styles suffered a broken leg and multiple fractures.
Styles drove a Ford Focus that was also in the accident, and was later killed when he lost control of the vehicle.
Styles and Ford did not immediately respond to a request for comments from The HuffingtonPOST.
Ford announced that Styles was retiring as a member of the Performance Team.
Ford said that Styles had “been a big part of Ford Performance since day one.”
The company did not say how many years of experience Styles had with Ford, though Styles had previously worked for the company for about 20 years, including in its factory in Dearborn, Michigan, where Styles had worked as a production technician.
Styles passed away at the hospital, where he was treated for severe head injuries.
Styles first made headlines after he was found dead in his Mustang while driving in California on Oct. 8, 2016.
Ford did a video interview with Styles on Oct 14, 2016, in which Styles was interviewed by The Detroit News.
The Detroit-area man worked as an engineering supervisor at Ford from 1993 to 1997.
Ford also released a statement on Styles’ death, saying: “Ford Performance’s thoughts and prayers are with Harry Styles’ family during this difficult time.
He will be deeply missed by all of us at Ford.”
Styles had a long career in the auto industry.
In 2005, Styles joined the Ford Test and Measure team, where the company tested the performance and performance characteristics of various cars.
In 2008, Styles began working at Ford in the U.S. and was promoted from technical supervisor to lead engineer.
The Ford Performance team is responsible for engineering, driving, and testing all Ford vehicles, including the Fords and Fusion, which debuted in 2013.
Styles previously worked at Ford for more than 20 years and had a number of positions.
In 2016, Styles was inductee into the North American Automotive Hall of Honor.