With the upcoming release of the next generation Ford Mustang, spy photographers have been prowling the streets and popular testing areas, looking for any signs of a 2015 Mustang or mule car rolling around. Now, it looks like veteran spy photographer and automotive espionage extraordinaire Jim Dunne has captured a few distance photos of Ford’s new pony car.
Category: 2015 Mustang News (S550)
Everyone is eagerly awaiting details regarding the release of the 2015 Ford Mustang, including us here at AmericanMuscle. The new redesign means big changes for the next generation of Mustangs and we will be following the developments as they come in, giving you all the latest and up-to-date information, pictures and video. Some things we do know about the S550 include the return of an independent rear suspension and a planned EcoBoost Mustang. Simply can not wait to get on the waiting list for your 2015 Mustang and already looking to mod it? Rest assured AmericanMuscle will be the first with in stock parts for your 2015 Mustang.
By now, you’ve probably seen these photos floating around, but what you may not have realized is that these are not at all a new development.
You can be sure that the times are changing and with 50 solid years of Mustang production under Ford’s belt, a brand new logo has been presented to represent this massive milestone. Supposedly, an internal design duel was held before selecting the 50th anniversary, 2015 Mustang logo.
That’s right, according to Edmunds.com the next-generation S550 Mustang is poised to get a 4 cylinder after all. Love it or hate it, it looks like a leaner, more fuel-conscious Mustang is something we may have to get used to in the very near future.
Reports are coming in and new details regarding the 2015 Mustang have recently come to light. While some are nervous and do not accept change well, Ford is planning big things for the next Ford Mustang whether you like it or not. We are finding out more and more about the 2015 Mustang now known to be riding on the all-new “s550″ platform and we, like everyone else, are getting antsy to see the finished product. Check out what Ford has already said about its next ponycar.