Ford have been given new drip feeding Mustang teaser for what feels like a lifetime now, but the September 14 reveal is just hours away.
Blue Oval has provided another brief look at its next generation Mustang in an introductory video uploaded to its social media titled ‘Motor City Muscle’.
It shows a person pressing the engine start-stop button with the gutter V8 activated and spinning a number of times.
This latest trailer builds on There was a Mustang taking off before that with a series of pops and squeaks the exhaust when shifting into second gear.
Like previous reportThe next-generation Ford Mustang will keep the same V8 engine option and six-speed manual transmission.
Codenamed S650, the seventh-generation Ford Mustang is expected to enter production in the first half of 2023. If this is true, it could arrive in Australia by the end of 2023.
The S650 is said to have an eight-year lifespan, roughly the same as the previous two generations of Mustangs.
Ford has said it will again build the new Mustang at the Flat Rock assembly plant in Michigan, subject to a range of models billion dollar factory upgrade.
Ford also specifically referred to it as the “Mustang coupe” when discussing its 2023 production plan.
The new rear-wheel drive Mustang will retain its internal combustion power in a seventh-generation guise. The existing 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged engine and 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8 will likely be offered.
It is also believed that the all-wheel drive Mustang has also been canceled.
We have seen Leaked exterior images of the new Mustang, including a redesigned front end.
Ford also recently introduced a Camouflage prototype of the seventh generation Mustang among all six of its predecessors.
Ford Mustang 2023 will was revealed on September 14 at 8pm Eastern Daylight Time at an event called The Stampede at Hart Plaza in Detroit, Michigan.
This will be the culmination of an event called The Drive Home, which begins September 6 at the LeMay – American Automobile Museum in Tacoma, Washington.
Regarding the upcoming generation Mustang S650 rival, the Dodge Challenger will be replaced by an electric vehicle by 2024, previewed by Daytona SRT . charger concept. Chevrolet is also said to end production Camaro in 2024.
Technically, Ford has offered an all-electric vehicle with the Mustang badge in the form of Mustang Mach-E SUVs are, mechanically unrelated to the Mustang carriage.
The The Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV is said to finally make the trip Down Under and is set to be one of five electrified Fords that will be here by 2024.
Ford has Orders are temporarily closed of the current-generation Mustang in Australia as it tries to fill its existing order backlog.
“Global semiconductor chip shortages and supply chain challenges across a wide range of products continue to affect vehicle production by all car manufacturers,” said a statement on the Ford Australia website. .
“The challenges facing the industry are very nimble and we are doing our best to fulfill existing customer orders on the Mustang as quickly as possible.
“Therefore, we are pausing any new orders for the Mustang until we are able to get through the existing customer’s order bank.
“We understand this is frustrating and we will reopen to take orders as soon as possible.”
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