2015 Mustang

Discussion in '2015 V6 Mustang' started by rlrider, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. rlrider BOOM HEADSHOT!

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    kind of thought ford went in a pattern with changing the body style a little more drastic every 2 generations, this would make it the third...idk would like to have them change it up a bit style wise
     
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    The 2015 picture they have looks a little more like a 05-09 and 99-04 put together a little more, if you look close you can see the slope coming back on the hood a little more everytime they tweek it instead of a big flat front.

    I actually like how it looks, has a muscle car look plus its developing the Sporty look to it as well. I like how the mustang has a more well rounded figure then dodge and chevy have with the classic styleing
     
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    Yeah I thought I recall one of the Ford execs saying they were going in a different direction with the mustang. I could be wrong though.
     
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    J Mays (president of design at Ford) has stated several times that the next Mustang won't be retro anymore. I wonder if they will put the 2.0lT in as the base engine though, if the car is significantly lighter/smaller that would make for a hell of an entry level track car.
     
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    If you're talking about the eco boost 2.0l then doesn't it only make 250hp? Why would they replace the 3.7 making 300hp with a 4cyl making 250?
     
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    That's what the article states. For a commuter car, it's a viable option; however, the exclusion of the 3.5L Eco-Boost engine blows ass.
     
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    The v6 vs ecoboost YouTube video shows the v6 Smoked the 4 cylinder eco.. Love it.. I think they are just trying to sell them by saying it has more HP than the 6..
     
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    Are you telling me that They make a 3.5 ecoboost also? Isn't that a v6
     
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