When Mustang arrives, it will be based on one of the five new and only modular platforms likely to be used by the new Explorer and Lincoln Aviator.
Although Mustang will surely keep the standard drive on the rear axle for the first time in history, it could get a four-wheel drive.
This will become a direct competitor to cars such as the Dodge Challenger GT. Ford’s legendary “pony” will also get a hybrid version
which will arrive after a gasoline variant.
“Mustang will continue to be a powerful, well-proportioned vehicle. Modular architecture will allow us flexibility, it will not spoil Mustang,” Ford’s design director Derel Bemer said.
But Mustang’s DNA will not be limited to just one car, and the rest of the group could get its trademarks.
Ford has already confirmed the arrival of a fully electric SUV called Mach 1, which will be inspired by the Mustang, and even the new Explorer will get a more aggressive look. Photos : Design Sketch Render