The new Mustang will have headlights. Possibly two.
At least one model will have a steering wheel.
Engine displacements will be no more than thirty liters.
Final horsepower numbers will be integers.
The Mustang will continue to be sold at Ford dealerships.
WOW! Revolutionary! How will Chevy compete?
Badly, if past evidence is anything to go by.
They will make a horrible commercial about how Ford is trying to be like Chevy or by Howie Long, with a small child standing next to him,
Howie: This is the new Camaro and this is the new Mustang. The Mustang needs engine power and fuel to climb a hill, the Camaro doesnt because it uses an applied technology called accelerator injection where, when you press the gas pedal, fuel is sprayed into a cylinder and explodes in fire causing the wheels to turn. This happens a bunch of times per second.
Little Girl: (Smiles at camera and look cute)
Howie: (Looks at little girl and asks) How do you get up a hill?
Little Girl: (In the cutest way possible please) I use my legs!
Howie: Exactly. So, the Ford Mustang needs more power than a little girl just to climb a hill
Howie: In fact, Ford has become so desperate to keep up with the Camaro that have turned to European companies to help improve their product. We wouldn't ever do that as we know how much you love the cars we build.
Howie: Chevy, because we don't know what we are doing.
Sorry, it's probably not great but i just threw it together during class (cuz i hate this class)
At least it's better than the commercial for the new 2014 Chevy Silverado where the actor says, "When it comes to a quiet cab, Chevy is second to nobody in its class. And when I say nobody I mean Ford and Ram"
So Chevy is second to Ford & Ram? I mean, I knew that already but it's pretty shocking to hear it from GM's own advertising agency.
but atleast its V8 vs V8!
Must have picked up a few tricks from Dodge/Ram where they frequently compare the Hemi (Their optional V8) to Ford's 5.0. (Their base V8)
That would mean it would have to be built locally, no?
Even with a live rear axle, the current Mustang handles better than its competition from GM and Dodge. If the new one actually has a proper rear suspension as predicted, this should be a truly sick beast. I do hope that they stick with the naturally-aspirated V6 rather than going turbo on the V6 option. 305 HP is quite a lot for a car the size of the Mustang and unless the new car is way heavier than the current one, the extra power won't be worth the turbo lag.