The debut of the 2015 Ford Mustang featured a stunning red GT bringing new life into the Legendary Pony Car. The new Mustang is brand new from the ground up with every last detail meticulously engineered to live up to the 50 Year History of the Mustang. The 2015 Ford Mustang will start arriving in dealer showrooms in the Spring or Summer of 2014.
In a debut worthy of the iconic sports car the new Ford Mustang was revealed on four continents and six different cities around the world. Sienna Miller showed off the sculpted lines and the return of the popular Mustang fastback in a pulse racing video preview. Already the most liked car on Facebook the new 2015 Ford Mustang has been blowing up all over social media since the debut.
2015 Ford Mustang Engine Choices
For 2015 the Mustang will be available with three different engines. Drivers can choose the 3.7 Liter V6 or the optional 5.0 Liter V8 that will feature upgraded valvetrain and cylinder heads boosting the horsepower north of 420. The new kid on the engine block will be the 2.3 Liter EcoBoost. The EcoBoost will feature a high capacity direct injection system and a new turbocharger engineered for torque.
Ford Mustang Style
Even though the 2015 Ford Mustang has been completely redesigned the engineers stayed true to the heritage of the Mustang. Returning to the fastback with a much more sloped windshield and rear glass. The Pony Car features a lower and wider stance with an overall reduction in the height of the roof. The rear of the Mustang is set apart by the 3-Dimensional tri-bar tail lamps and sequential turn indicators.
Even with the aggressive sloping of the windshield and rear glass the driver will enjoy a roomier cabin. The wider stance also allows for more shoulder and hip room. The cockpit and instrumentation is aviation inspired using large easy to read gauges and dials. One of the first things you will notice are the race car style switches in the dash.
Be sure to bookmark our blog for more information on the all new 2015 Ford Mustang as it becomes available. Longhorn Ford will be ordering plenty of new Mustangs as soon as the plant is ready to take orders.