Brent is a 1964½ Ford Mustang Coupe painted dark blue, with the RSN logo painted on each of his doors. He has chrome rims, and wears black headphones.
His license plate is BWM539. It represents the initials and the birthday (May 1939) of his voice actor Brent Woody Musburger.
Brent works for the Racing Sports Network, as one of the announcers. He was also one of the three hosts of the World Grand Prix.
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"Brent Mustangburger is an American sports-broadcasting icon. With the self-proclaimed "best stall in the garage," the excitable 1964½ Ford Mustang is widely considered one of the most recognizable voices in the history of automobile sports television and associated with some of the most memorable moments in modern sports. At the World Grand Prix, Brent will be calling the turn-by-turn action with informed analysis and unparalleled zeal."
Planes: Fire & Rescue
"That's right, Darrell. McQueen's mentor, the Hudson Hornet, was one of the greatest dirt track racers of all time!" - Cars 2 extended Tokyo race scene
"Whoa! Francesco on the move. He dramatically slides into six and is looking for more! No! Lewis slams the door on him." - Cars 2 extended Tokyo race scene
"McQueen and Francesco jacking for positions as they power down the Ginza straightaway." - Cars 2 extended Tokyo race scene
Brent is based on, voiced by and named after ESPN/ABC sportscaster Brent Musburger.
Brent Mustangburger is a reporter for the RSN (Racing Sports Network), which appeared prominently in Cars.
The die-cast model of Brent has brown eyes, although Brent Mustangburger himself has green eyes.
In the Danish version, he was named "Søren Kobling", after journalist Søren Clauding, who voiced him in that version.
Brent Mustangburger was supposed to appear in Cars 3, but got cut.
In the Finnish version, he is called Oskari Kaasari (lit. carburetors), named after his voice actor Oskari Saari, a Finnish Formula One driver.