2015 Ford Mustang was spy photographed

2015 Ford Mustang was spy photographed

The work on the 2015 Ford Mustang has started, announcing a clear departure from what the fans used to know about the pony car world it belonged to. After months of endless speculation, the car has been also spy photographed, revealing a test mule that was based on the current car's underpinnings. The changes made on the Mustang are represented by a glued gouge pod on the A-pillar on the car in front of the driver, thus suggesting that a Ford Ecoboost engine powers the mule. The chassis developments are obvious due to the gas cap filler which is covered up, thus implying a new Mustang which is more modern and less inspired by the lines of the original. The wheelbase and overhangs are expected to be shorter, while the independent rear suspension is certain, a fact which replaces the sold rear axle that had many Mustangs eating the grass off the side of the road. The next generation Mustang is said to hit the markets in 2014 as a 2015 model year and it will first presented as a concept car in about a year.
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