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2015 Mustang pics leaked to Autoweek

Discussion in '2015 V6 Mustang' started by Brent, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. protias

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    I don't like the Fusion front and don't like the Camaro rear. Could they also slant the tail lights a little more to make it worse? I like the 13 (haven't look at the 14) best.
     
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    I wasn't impressed with the Autoweek pics. After seeing a few videos of it I like it for the most part. I am not a fan of the Fusion headlights though.
     
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    I'm buying one, but I'll most likely let the hype calm down, wait till they work a few kinks out, let the aftermarket catch up, see what SVT, Roush have to offer, then sit down at the dealership, check the boxes and pic a color.
     
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    I don't mean any disrespect to other's opinions.. But I don't see the "camaro comparison" some people are referencing in regards to the new design.. A few pics.. ImageUploadedByV6Mustang.com1386287936.426763.jpg ImageUploadedByV6Mustang.com1386287948.620854.jpg ImageUploadedByV6Mustang.com1386287962.389006.jpg ImageUploadedByV6Mustang.com1386287978.700779.jpg ImageUploadedByV6Mustang.com1386288008.745364.jpg
     
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    Can anyone explain the new front suspension? At first glance it looks extra complicated. I don't see how the double ball joints is any better than one.
     
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    People see what they want to see. Also designing a car for mass/global appeal will lead to commonality with other popular designs. The camaro comparison is one, and so is the accord. On the other hand I see some of these same shapes from the 60s and early 70s mustangs
     
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    Agreed, the rear haunches are more pronounced, but it was mustang that really introduced that design element in a muscle car in the early years. I wasn't sure initially, the car has already grown on me in the past couple days, by the time it actually arrives on dealer lots I'm sure I'll be in love.
     
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    In short, I like how it looks standing still. I'm really looking forward to some hoonage and aggressive testing.

    Does anyone else think shorter, wider wheels with more sidewall would be an improvement?