2015 Ford Mustang
The upcoming Ford Mustang is expected to make quite a splash. We’ve seen several renderings of Ford’s signature vehicle each showing off a more modern look, thanks to styling cues from the Evos concept. That means that the upcoming Mustang could have a bit in common with the 2013 Ford Fusion, in terms of looks.
This change in design will help the Mustang appeal to a more global market, as well as bring in younger buyers.
Beyond styling, we’ve seen test mules of the new Mustang using feature fully-independent rear-suspension. That would be a huge upgrade from the solid rear-axle that’s currently been place. In terms of power, it’s hard to imagine Ford’s 420-hp 5.0L V8 being put to pasture so soon. However, could Ford bring the EcoBoost strategy to the Mustang’s V6 to replace the V8? Ford is apparently also working on an EcoBoost 2.7-liter 4-cylinder that could certainly make over 300 hp. There are a lot of options here, perfect for a car aiming for global appeal. Overall, Ford seems to be taking a much more modern approach to the Mustang, and that’s something to look forward to.