Late last night Ford unveiled the new 2015 Ford Mustang to be released next year. A much anticipated release as they have been alluding to a complete design overhaul. And yes, this did live up to this statement.
There are a few major mechanical improvements in this car. One of these lies with that fact that Ford finally introduced independent rear suspension to the Mustang. It has been a long time waiting but we’re excited to see it in there finally.
The other probably more exciting mechanical innovation in this car is the new option for a 4-cylinder 2.3 liter eco-boost engine. Maybe not the improvement that most of Mustang’s demographic would appreciate (i.e. the power junkies). But it’s an extremely nice touch with the economical and environmental movement of the automotive industry. Don’t think it can’t get up and go though, it’s still equipped with 305 horsepower.
For the rest of the buyers who want the same power and intensity they love about the mustang, the 6 and 8 cylinder engines are still available and the 5.0 liter V8 engine pushing out a ridiculous 420 horsepower!
The interior has taken a nice overhaul as well. It’s has a sleek design with a nice silver plate running across the dash and the the continually evolving MyFord system. Ford is still working out the kinks in the MyFord system as they continue to make the user experience as good as it can be. But by the release of the Mustang, they should have that pretty much ironed out.
Finally getting to talk about the exterior of the car. The headlights are different and intimidating, the lines around the hood and the side are sleek and fun to look at. The wheels have nice contrast and design. Overall the vehicle just looks like a fast car. The lines and curves of the car are very complimentary to its muscle car nature. Ford has done a very nice job with the body design.
This car is a noticeable step up from the last few years of the Ford Mustang and it’s going to be exciting to see what it’s like in the driver’s seat of one of these stallions!
So let us know…What do you think of the new design of the 2015 Ford Mustang? Has it lived up to the hype? Is it Mustang-y enough for you?