Ford is preparing a new, seventh generation, one of the most popular models, the Mustang. Namely, the Mustang was once the best-selling car in the United States, but as customers’ tastes changed, so did demand. Although the details are hidden, it can be seen that the coupe-fastback form has been retained, which will make the Mustang recognizable. What is still unknown is the propulsion system. Unconfirmed sources suggest that in the new generation, the Mustang should be available with all-wheel drive, while the publication of the Ford Authority claims that the V8 engine will remain on offer. Spy photographers have shot a test prototype covered with heavy camouflage foils in the Detroit area, which reveals to some extent what the seventh generation Mustang will look like.
The current Mustang is available with a 4-cylinder 2.3 EcoBoost engine with 310 hp, and with a Coyote 5.0 V8 engine with 450 hp. In the new generation, two (different) hybrid versions can be expected, about which, for now, there are only unconfirmed speculations. However, Ali Jammoul, director of the Ford Performance division, confirmed that the Mustang will continue to be produced at the Flat Rock factory (Michigan), with an eight-year cycle. That should mean that the Mustang with a V8 engine will be produced by 2032.