I think the 16-18 Camaro look pretty good with the high beltline. However, I found these “concept” art are always fucking ridiculous and will never look like it in production.just poking fun. I know it's standard art student car rendering process to have low roof / high beltline / big wheels
Ford should do this for the S650 hot as !
I agree, I think a 7 speed manual will be a step forward. Should be short gears for one to six with a wide seventh gearCould be a great way to help the next-gen Mustang get a better highway MPG rating to help keep it alive with a V8! The 7 speed manual seemed to work out great for the Corvette and 911.
Considering we haven't even seen non-mule Broncos running around yet, I think it'll be a long while for the new Mustang. We still need to see Bronco with bulky camo, then with just the swirly wrap, and that's a 2020 model year vehicle. I believe hybrid Mustang is up first too before S650, so an S550 with electrical stuff will probably be spied before S650 too. If it's supposed to be revealed in 2021, I wouldn't expect to see sightings until early 2020 unless the development process is super drawn out like GT500 lol.
Absolutely. They've been around a while and I can't recall where they came from (I don't think they're from Ford)......but they're stunning.
Yes, yes, yes, of course the proportions are exaggerated as it's concept art, but add in your own "production-car filter" and the overall design elements would still work fantastically. Also,if we're lucky enough that we still get Shelby models for S650, how cool would it be to have a Shelby-specific rear end?
Really hoping the first S650 mules are spotted soon, but I'm guessing first sightings won't be until Summer 2019 if the car is coming as a '22MY.