Ford Mustang is one of the most iconic American muscle car. Everybody is excited about the new Ford Mustang 2015 model. Ford just released on Thursday the basic specs of next years’ model. Ford Mustang 2015 is the first model from the sixth generation. The photos provided by Ford convey an updated aggressive, but stylish look. The exterior design details do not differ widely the sixth generation from the fifth one. The headlights shape is now elongated instead of being just a straight foreword facing pair of squares. An inspired design tweak adding a touch of class to the pony car. The sixth version seem to borrow the looks from Aston Martin rather than providing a fluid continuation of the previous versions.
It might be a good year for Ford, as the Ford F-150 pickup truck was a news star just a short while ago. According to a study commissioned by Cars.com, Ford F-150 pickup truck is the most American car in what regards labor and components.
Ford Mustang 2015 is slicker but heavier than the fifth generation
Three engine models will equip the Ford Mustang 2015. The most powerful will be the classical 5 liter version with 435 hp and 400 lb-ft torque. Just a 15 hp increase compared to the previous model and 10 more lb-ft torque increase.
The 3.7 liter V6 model will deliver 300 hp and 280 lb-ft. With a weight of 3,526 lbs (manual) and 3,530 lbs (automatic), the V6 Ford Mustang 2015 model is very similar to the fifth-generation V6 model, although getting a bit heavier. Rumors were that this model is going to be very heavy, but this numbers are not so worrying. Anyway, the new independent rear suspension might be the main culprit.
The 2.3 liter EcoBoost version will provide 310 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque. The four cylinder little monster might prove to be a love or hate dish for Americans, but it remains to be seen. The Ford Mustang 2015 model is expected to reach the dealerships in the fall and we are very anxious to have a look and feel of the newest version of an American icon. Getrag six-speed manual transmissions will be a standard feature on the Ford Mustang 2015 unless someone really, really wants to spoil the beauty of driving with automatic. The price starts from a bit more than $24.000.