The Wait is Over: Here’s the 2024 Ford Mustang
The 2024 Ford Mustang’s exterior sports a modern, athleticism fused with heritage-inspired styling. The 2024 Ford Mustang features Tri-Bar LED headlights, a 1960s-inspired grille, and, depending on trim, a distinctive front fascia. The new Mustang will also come sprayed in 11 different color choices, including new tones called Vapor Blue and Yellow Squash. New alloy wheel choices, spanning from 17-inch wheels on the base Mustang all the way up to extra cost 20-inch wheels on the GT, will be available. Also, more customization is available through the Mustang Design Series. A Bronze Design Appearance Package comprises of Sinister Bronze alloy wheels with bronze badges and is available on both the EcoBoost and GT models.
“Both the EcoBoost and Mustang GT have unique styling cues that deliver on their promise of Mustang Performance,” said Christopher Walter, Ford Mustang design manager. “The new Mustang is more chiseled and edgier, leaning into Mustang’s classic brawniness and timelessness.”
The all-new Mustang will give drivers a choice between two different engines. These choices include a 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder and the Mustang GT’s most powerful 5.0-liter, naturally aspirated Coyote V8. Horsepower figures have yet to be announced.
“Investing in another generation of Mustang is a big statement at a time when many of our competitors are exiting the business of internal combustion vehicles,” said Jim Farley, CEO of Ford Motor Company. “Ford, however, is turbocharging its ICE growth plan, adding connected technology, opinionated derivatives, and hybrid options to our most profitable and popular cars – all in the Ford Blue family – on top of investing $50 billion in electric vehicles through 2026.”
Ford touts the 2024 Mustang also features the most technologically advanced, driver-focused interior of any Mustang to date. The new Mustang includes two flowing and curved displays that can be customized to show various facets of performance information. The new Mustang’s 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster can also be customized to display different animated designs and new drive-mode visuals. Furthermore, the new Mustang’s default instrument gauge setting has changed from a cool blue and light gray to a copper appearance theme similar to the Mustang Mach-E.
There’s only one downside to the new Ford Mustang. And that’s waiting until next summer to get our hands on one. Once we get more info on pricing and horsepower figures, we’ll let you know.
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