Sorry I did read it, but I was just complaining about the direction. In my opinion it's not progress and it's not good. I feel like we are in a similar situation to 1970 where future models will not be as good as what we have now.Just in case some didn't actually bother to read the original post......
"So, this article has a British twist to it (I'm sure the Ecoboost & non V8 hybrid will continue in the US and other markets)"
I do think hybrid is nice for those who want one or if your government forces you to buy it if you want a new car (potentially this could happen everywhere), but to me hybrid doesn't belong on a Mustang. IMO hybrid should be put on tiny commuter cars for people who want something that will not burn much fuel and don't mind paying a lot for something with low performance. And hybrid makes sense for a spare no cost maximum performer - maybe. But on the regular Mustang I don't like it.