2019 Bullitt Mustang Confirmed for Europe, Debuts in Geneva

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Got to see the Euro Bullitt in the flesh in Geneva yesterday and was mighty impressed. An interesting detail I noticed were the grilles. The upper grille had little holes in the hectagons on the left and right parts that are normally completely closed. On the bottom grille the left and right parts where the sensors are were completely closed off with the hectagon pattern continuing on top of the closed parts.
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Got to see the Euro Bullitt in the flesh in Geneva yesterday and was mighty impressed. An interesting detail I noticed were the grilles. The upper grille had little holes in the hectagons on the left and right parts that are normally completely closed. On the bottom grille the left and right parts where the sensors are were completely closed off with the hectagon pattern continuing on top of them.
The lower part definitely changed from the car I saw in Detroit. It's gotta be for the AEB sensors for the euro version. It'll then be carried over to the U.S. version in MY2020 when AEB becomes standard on all Fords.
Here's the Detroit car:
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Picture from the reveal in Calgary. Looks like the same lower grille as the Euro version. Perhaps Canadian laws already require autonomous braking as well?
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Picture from the reveal in Calgary. Looks like the same lower grille as the Euro version. Perhaps Canadian laws already require autonomous braking as well?
Interesting. Yeah I guess so. It's possible the Detroit car didn't have the final lower grill but this image of a Tooling Trial level American Bullitt posted by Mike Dean seems to have a lower grill like the Detroit car.
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