The title says it all.
This December will mark one year since Ford unveiled the 2015 Mustang. For something as iconic as this, Ford couldn’t afford to mess it up. From looks alone, the new Mustang ticks all the right boxes. How it’ll drive (and sound) – especially with the new EcoBoost turbo four – remains to be seen. And in the very near future, you too will be able to get behind the wheel. Beginning today, August 28, Ford will officially begin production of the new Mustang at its Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan.
But unlike previous Mustangs, this one is for the entire world. Ford will be selling it in 25 right-hand-drive markets and 56 left-hand-drive markets, spanning 120 countries across the globe. Ford is also expecting the turbo four to be a huge seller, mainly in European markets. The 3.7-liter V6 will remain the base engine for the US market, and the familiar 5.0-liter V8 returns for the Mustang GT. Expect to see the new Mustang arrive in US dealers later this fall.