Updated for release in 2018, the new Mustang has received some significant design tweaks that instantly mark it apart from its predecessor.
The iconic American muscle car now has a more angular appearance with, for instance, slanted headlights and narrowing intakes. The latter feature integrated fog lamps and the car’s radiator grille is clearly wider than before.
The rear fascia now features a more conspicuous spoiler, supported by four struts, and a refashioned diffuser. Lighting has been revamped too, with the car sporting C-shaped tail lamps, for instance.
Other redesigned features include the vehicle’s bonnet and bumpers, and its much slinkier headlights. Elsewhere, the car’s body panels have changed too. More than undergoing a mere facelift, the vehicle has been substantially redesigned. The vehicle’s overall appearance is very contemporary but it has still managed to maintain its characteristic good looks.
Inside the Mustang’s cabin, a customisable 12-inch digital instrument array and MyMode memory functionality have been included. The latter enables users to store their favourite drive settings. New safety tech comprises, among other things, Pre-Collision Assist.
Entry-level models are installed with a 2.3-litre four-cylinder engine, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Variants fitted with a 5.0-litre V8 engine previously featured six-speed automatic transmission; now they are paired with ten-speed automatic transmission.
Magnetically adjustable shock absorbers and MagneRide dampers will be offered with Performance Pack models.
Please keep an eye on our news page for updates about the progress of the all-new Mustang. To register your interest in the vehicle, which is due early next year, please contact us via our website – or phone or visit your nearest Gates Ford dealership.