Retired from GM
Highly doubt it, it's a pushrod truck engine that's being made to replace the 6.2. If there were any intentions of putting a big V8 in a mustang, they probably would've done it with the 6.2 by now
We’ve been having this debate in our office for a couple weeks now. The strongest indications we are getting is that it will be a SOHC, based on the manufacturing location and the product family it is evolving from.Where did you get "push rod" that's NOT what I heard. Ford hasn't produced a push rod V8 since 2001 when the Windsor engine was finely retired. The Modular V8 and V10 took over and later the Boss 6.2L SOHC, and push rods were history. The new V8 will be at least a SOHC if not a DOHC design.