When it comes to iconic muscle cars, the Mustang Boss 302 is a revelation backed by legions of followers. For 2013 the Boss has a look that’s both aggressive and contemporary, with a bit of throwback charm, including the hockey stick and center stripe of the original 1970 version. Underneath the hood is the 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 444 horsepower and 380 ft/lb of torque. It may be the same as last year but why fool with perfection? The lack of change in the Boss’s motor also follows the original series of Boss 302’s that were produced for two years with the same drivetrain and slight cosmetic differences. Styling upgrades include a new hood with functional heat extractors, a new front splitter, and trick new LED tail lamps. The Boss is even available in school bus yellow as a tribute to the 1970 Trans-Am championship car driven by Parnelli Jones.