For its 50th birthday Ford Mustang will have a radical redesign and will hit the markets overseas. For the first time in history designers from Australia and England will participate in making of this new generation muscle car. This means that the 2015 Ford Mustang will be same for all markets to which it will be delivered and that it will come under one name.
For the first time in 10 years, Mustang will receive independent rear suspension and new EcoBoost engine. Most visual changes are Mustang’s fastback design, different grille shape, headlights and new sequential taillights. Everyone that could hear and see the list of changes say that this means we will be getting one significantly upgraded and improved vehicle that will offer significant improvements when compared to previous models.
2015 Ford Mustang Review
The exterior changes are noticeable when you look at its evolutionary “shark-bite” front fascia, which is enhanced with trapezoidal grille and slender headlights. Designers returned to fastback profile with a lower roof, while hood and deck lid trim improve the proportions. Despite some changes in body, Mustang will keep its size unchanged. The rear end is improved by three-dimensional, tri-bar tail lamps with sequential turn signals. Cabin is built with improved materials, has more elbow room and a smaller, leather-wrapped steering wheel.
New unit that will be placed under the hood of 2015 Ford Mustang is the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. It is expected that it will generate more than 305 horsepower and more than 300 pound-feet of torque. EcoBoost unit incorporates direct injection, and uses a twin-scroll turbocharger and air-to-air intercooler. For the base engine, slightly detuned version of 3.7 liter V6 will be offered. As third and most powerful solution, there is improved 5.0-liter V8 with 420 horse power and 390 pound-feet of torque. All this engines will be paired with six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. What gives Mustang’s handling an extra kick in the pants is the addition of computer-controlled, torque vectoring.
The 2015 Ford Mustang comes standard with independent rear suspension, 17“ alloy wheels, backup camera, tire pressure readouts for each wheel and push-button start. The 50 Years appearance package is available on upper trim levels and is consisted of chrome-accented grille, 19-by-8.5-inch alloy wheels and special seat and door-trim stitching. For the first time there is SYNC with MyFord Touch, which is advanced in-car communication system, adding a center touch screen along with voice-activated control. The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) uses sensors to warn driver of cars approaching on either side.
Pricing for 2015 Ford Mustang will start at $23,600 for base coupe trim with V6 engine while the convertible with base V6 unit will cost $29,100. The sticker prices for the EcoBoost and GT will start at $25,995 and $32,925. What is most important for Ford and this model is that the company stayed true to the origins of this vehicle and that we can immediately notice it roots.
Specs Of 2015 Ford Mustang
The car will arrive in showrooms by the fall of 2014 and sales will start right after that. We have almost all information’s about it and we are only waiting to see how it will go on the track. Since this is a muscle car figures from the track are very important but we think that it will certainly offer a lot.