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The new 2015 Ford Mustang will probably make a splash for the Mustang’s 50th birthday next April. Spotted with heavy camouflage up until now, the next-gen pony remains a mystery, but more and more rumors regarding its style continue to surface onto the web.
“All I can tell you is that it looks great. It’s all new and it’s hot. You will know it is a Mustang. There is no question about that,” said Jack Telnack, former Ford global design boss. Retired since 1998, Telnack still makes frequent trips to the company’s headquarters in Dearborn and he has seen a full-sized scale model of the car.
As for the 2015 Mustang’s model lineup, we expect the Mustang GT to remain, still with a 5.0-liter V-8 under the hood, while the base Mustang with a V-6 should also carry over. A new turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder model is also expected, but the powertrain is not planned for U.S. sales, the automaker says.
Mustang is Ford’s oldest continuously produced nameplate (Ford might cite its F-series, but that didn’t bear the F-150 badge until a decade after the Mustang arrived). In its lifetime, Mustang has been many different cars: a reskinned Falcon, something closer to the Torino, a hideous and malformed mutant Pinto, and a Fox, the platform it shared with a variety of Fords, Mercurys, and even a couple of Lincolns across three decades. In its current form, though, Mustang has become something it flirted with from inception: great. We named the GT and Boss 302 to our 2012 10Best pantheon, and called the Boss “the best Mustang ever.” For 2015, Ford’s ungulate will undergo its most revolutionary redesign yet. We hear it’ll arrive Thursday, April 17, 2014, or 50 years to the day it originally went on sale. This should make for one helluva birthday.
In 2013 Ford Mustang GT, this 5.0L V8 engine delivers 420hp and 390Lb-ft. of torque, and in 2013 Ford Boss 302, 444hp and 380LB-ft. of torque. Individuals dissatisfied with such force and speed continue to speculate about the existence of other engines, including 3.7L V6 and 2.3L turbocharged 4 engine. The model with a 4-cylinder engine, it says, only for the European market. Nothing more precisely, can not be determined, the information about rear-wheel drive and independent rear suspension, which Ford has already tried at Falcon sedan model, intended for the Australian market.
With the brief exception of the SVT Cobra that appeared intermittently between 1999 and 2004, the Mustang has always relied on a solid rear axle and since the advent of the internet, forums have been overrun with calls for an independent rear. Hark, bathrobe wearers, your cries have been heard. In addition to reducing unsprung mass, the 2015’s multilink independent rear will allow more space for the rear seat and cargo.
A strut setup will carry on up front, but with new geometry. Performance models will use aluminum lower control arms, while stamped steel serves in the base car. Big six-piston Brembo brake calipers will be standard on serious performance models, optional on the semi-serious ones.
Unlike today’s Mustang, which sees only limited export beyond the NAFTA zone, Ford has decreed that its next-generation pony car will be sold around the world. With this in mind, powertrain choices will expand significantly beyond today’s single V-6 and three V-8 choices. We’ve even heard that, for select markets in Asia, Ford will offer a naturally aspirated inline-four. Sounds screwy, we know. But Ford continues to challenge convention with its engine choices; who would have thought even two years ago that V-6s would make up the majority of F-150 sales?…
The U.S. will get a four cylinder, too the first in a Mustang since 1993. A turbocharged, direct-injected 2.4-liter four will relieve an upgraded version of today’s 3.7-liter V-6 of its mantle as 30-plus-mpg champ. Mimicking the EcoBoost’s role in the Edge and Explorer, the 250-plus-hp four-cylinder will be priced higher than the more powerful base V-6 Mustang and be positioned as a balance between sport and fuel efficiency.