KGP and Mustang6g give us our first look at the 2015 “GT350” Mustang’s interior and a beauty shot of a camo-less rear.
The first ever photographs of the 2014.5 50th anniversary Ford Mustang were revealed this past weekend. While we eagerly await Ford to open up about the expected 1,000 car limited run of specially equipped anniversary edition S550 Mustangs, we’ve been treated to the first glimpse of the changes that can be expected.
Another GT350 prototype has been spotted in the wild, this time in downtown LA.
There’s a lot of “New” worth digesting when it comes to the 2015 Mustang–from the rear axle to the 2.3L EcoBoost, all the way down to a fundamentally different chassis (S550). We’ll walk you through some of the commonly known differences from the 2014 Mustang to 2015, as well as some of the cool features and performance aspects you might not have known about.
The Detroit Auto Show has already brought us a Triple Yellow 2015 GT, now we have the first underhood shots of the Mustang’s new 2015 4 cylinder Ecoboost engine.
The 2015 Ford Mustang made its entrance felt at the opening day of the Detroit International Auto Show yesterday with a vibrant, Triple Yellow painted 2015 GT coupe. It’s time to vote and let everyone know what you think of this new car featured in such a strong color!
Love it or hate it, the 2015 Ford Mustang is the hottest new muscle car in town! Since we dropped the news via video, the car has been getting a ton of press and the conversations have been getting better and better. Now, thanks to our friends over at TopSpeed, we’re getting a chance to see a rendering of what the 2015 Mustang Mach 1 would look like!