Check out this 2015 Mustang render in black by Mustang6G member, Topnotch.
The color really shows off the sleekness of the new car and highlights those gorgeous 3D tri-bar taillights!
More renders INSIDE.
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Happy New Year all and welcome to 2014, the Year of the Horse.
It’s also the year that the 2015 Mustang will make its public debut at some major events open to the public, starting with the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in exactly one week, where we should learn more details about the technology in the next-generation Mustang. We’ve been told there are a few surprises ahead of us so we’re very excited.
For info and discussions about upcoming events that will feature the 2015 Mustang, stay tuned HERE.
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The s197 generation Mustang is in its final few months of sales, but sales have remained strong even up until last month. The 2013 model is on pace for approximately 78,000 units sold, which would represent the most sold in a year since 2008 (excluding 2012).
Our forum members have started up discussions predicting the sales figures and take rates for the upcoming 2015 Mustang. What’s your guess? Share with us INSIDE.Read More »
The Mustang being one of the most modified cars in history (and the most rendered), it’s no wonder the public reveal has not stopped the enthusiast crowd from rendering their own versions of the 2015 Mustang. Different colors, add-ons, modifications and delete — all part of the fun in owning our beloved pony car.
Come check out these RENDERS that showcase some of the changes we could see on the road in the near future.Read More »
Merry Christmas M6G’ers!
For our own version of holiday lights, we have photos of the 2015 Mustang being tested in Ford’s lighting lab, officially, the Visual Performance Evaluation Lab. Ford has previously shown videos of the lab while testing other Ford vehicles for glare, reflections and visibility in simulated outdoor lighting conditions.
For the 2015 Mustang, the lab was used to ensure that the new aluminum dashboard panel would not give off glare and the new instrument gauges could be seen in all lighting conditions.
“With the Lighting Lab, we can ensure that the first time a buyer sits in the 2015 Ford Mustang, that person will be able to see the interior as the designers originally envisioned it – in the best light possible,” says Mahendra Dassanayake, Ford lighting technical specialist, in a statement. “Whether the car is parked outside or is sitting on an auto show floor, whether it is a bright, sunny day, or overcast and snowing, the materials and controls in the Mustang will be both visually satisfying and highly functional.”
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A Mustang6G forum member has posted this chart of the 2015 Ford body codes. What’s of interest to us is the Mustang lineup that includes some interesting insight:
The Shelby models listed are the high-performance GT350 models expected, which we recently saw appear in Ford’s dealer promo order system [see screenshot].
And what about the turbo 4 cylinder EcoBoost Mustang model? Information suggests that it’s not listed here because the EcoBoost Mustang is considered a base model for body code purposes. The turbo 4 cylinder engine will simply be an option code for the base model (as an alternative to the V6 engine).
Check out the full 2015 MY Ford Body Code Types listing INSIDE.
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Ford has already told us that the 2015 Mustang was tested and benchmarked against several competitive vehicles including aspirational cars such as the BMW M3 and Porsche 911, which should be music to the ears of all Mustang fans.
For a look at what this match up could look like, we have compiled this visual and specs comparison of the 2015 Mustang GT versus the 2015 BMW M4.
Have a look inside as to how the two cars compare stylistically and on paper.Read More »