The great American icon’s next chapter begins in Europe late 2023. All-New Ford Mustang will offer a revitalised interior, a host of next-generation connectivity features, plus refreshed design details on an unmistakably Mustang silhouette.The daring Ford Mustang is not shy of making a grand entrance, thanks to its new LED lighting and lowered front hood, which neatly tide into the body lines.
During the build process of the new Ford Mustang, the concept of developing a balanced performance in order to deliver the utmost efficiency was at the forefront. For this reason the new Mustang will come with an improved version of it's iconic 5.0 V8 naturally aspirated engine and a host of performance upgrades. Available as an additional extra, the Performance Pack adds a front strut-tower brace, Torsen limited-slip differential, wider wheels and tires, larger Brembo brakes, and a MagneRide active-dampening suspension. Optional Recaro buckets and an active exhaust are also available for the performance-minded.
SpecificationA major area of improvement for the new Mustang is its interior gadgetry. An available 13.2-inch infotainment screen using Ford’s Sync 4 software flows from the gauge cluster toward the center of the car behind a curved glass panel. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard on this system, and an optional wireless smartphone charger helps drivers reduce the clutter of charging cables. Amazon Alexa and Ford Streaming allow voice commands to replace knob-turning or button presses, and every Mustang comes with Ford Power-Up software capability which allows for over-the-air updates for later software and vehicle function improvements.