/2015 Ford Mustang: Official Pictures

2015 Ford Mustang: Official Pictures

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We can’t think of any other cars revealed in 2013 that was more prone to leaks than the new Mustang. That all stops now, as the first official pictures of the iconic American muscle car become available. Welcome everyone to the 2015 Ford Mustang.

So what are the headlines? Well, the new Mustang looks substantially different than the old model, and that’s because they wanted it to have more global appeal. This is the first Mustang to be officially sold in Europe. The car also gets, again for the first time, independent rear suspension. No more live rear axle for the Mustang. We never thought someday we get to say these words!

The 2015 Ford Mustang looks sleeker and sportier – by which we mean less muscular – than the previous model. The roof and the hood have been lowered, and so has the dashboard, all of which means it is no longer like driving a block of flats from behind the kitchen sink. You will have better control over the vehicle, and with that independent suspension at the back, handling should be no problem at all.

Ford has also made improvements to the Mustang’s comfort and convenience. The front pillars, for instance, are narrower for better visibility, and seats comes standard with memory feature, making them easier to adjust after the rear passenger got in or out. Little things like this will make a huge difference in the ownership experience of the car. The convertible version too is getting its fair share of improvements, what with a folding roof that is said to be the fastest in the market.

As for the powertrains, the lineup still includes a 3.7 liter V6 and a 5.0 liter V8. But there is a new option, a 2.3 liter EcoBoost four-cylinder with at least 300 horsepower. It makes the power, but we’re not sure it’s going to sit well with Mustang aficionado, at least not in America.

Detailed specs of the 2015 Ford Mustang are yet to be released.


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