The refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang just debuted with a serious list of upgrades, but no information has been revealed about the increased output from the engines.
Although the V6 will be dropped from the lineup, the EcoBoost and V8 will still be offered, and both engines have been upgraded.
Ford Product Communications manager for North America, Mike Levine, tweeted out another image from the 2018 Ford Mustang’s new digital gauge cluster, this time challenging fans to find the hidden Easter Eggs.
A reading of 1964.5 miles on the odometer is a nod back to the original Mustang, with the first cars to reach dealerships affectionately thought of as 1964.5 model; 289 miles to empty refers to the 289-cubic-inch V8 available in the first-generation Mustang GT.
More cryptically, 55 mph in 4th gear could be hinting the reworked 5.0L motor will kick out 455 hp, and if true, it’s a 20 hp increase over the 2017 Mustang (and equal to what the arch enemy V8 Chevrolet Camaro puts out). However, if you consider the tachometer’s 4,700 rpm reading, it could mean 455 lb-ft of torque at 4,700 rpm. Or, even more far-fetched, it could mean 470 hp and 455 lb-ft.
We’ll know soon enough, but what do you think? Check out the tweet below and let us know.
— Mike Levine (@mrlevine) January 18, 2017
This story originally appeared on AllFordMustangs.com