See how the new electronic line-lock feature helps achieve maximum rear-wheel traction on the track.
50 Years Of Evolution
From '65 to today, follow the metamorphosis of the original pony car.
Empire State Building Build
In 1965, we rebuilt a Ford Mustang on top of the Empire State Building observation deck. Today, history repeats itself.
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If you know Mustang, you know this is just a fraction of what will be offered. Color and wheel availability varies by market. See your dealer for details.
Deep Impact Blue
19" Gloss Black
Its look says entirely new, but its soul is entirely Mustang.
Taking inspiration from a cockpit, we struck a balance between analog dials and digital feedback. The shifter is optimally placed. And the steering wheel feels just right in your hands, for a dynamic driving experience.
There’s a 3.7-liter V6. And the available 5.0-liter V8 will benefit from increased power this year. But the real news is how we’ve paired Mustang performance with the EcoBoost® engine.
Available 2.3-liter EcoBoost
The EcoBoost delivers efficiency with real power to the Mustang powertrain lineup. A high-capacity direct injection system precisely controls fuel delivery, while a new twin-scroll low-inertia turbocharger means incredibly fast time-to-torque.
Exhilarating driving dynamics
The thrill you get behind the wheel of a Mustang is a given. But now you can thank a fully independent rear suspension for that rush. This design change not only improves body roll, but also isolates road imperfections for a better feel.
This is not technology for technology’s sake. Every feature Mustang offers enhances your driving experience – whether it’s the advanced sensors that detect cars in your blind spots or the advanced communications system.
Intelligent Access with push-button start
As long as you have the key on you, you can unlock the door and start the car without ever having to reach into your pocket.
Available SYNC® with MyFord Touch®
This is the first time this advanced in-car communications system has been available in a Mustang – adding a center touch screen along with voice-activated control.27
Available BLIS® with cross-traffic alert
The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) uses two discreetly placed rear radar sensors to warn you of cars approaching on either side. And cross-traffic alert warns you of those you can’t see when you’re backing out of a parking space.
Driver assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s judgment.
The Mustang convertible* is the even more carefree cousin of the fastback. While it shares the same genes, it was purposefully designed from top to bottom to be a convertible. And speaking of tops, the all-new Mustang convertible goes topless in approximately half the time of the current model.
*Available late 2014.
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A Look at Why the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Matters
While Ford Motor Company is expecting the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost to be fairly popular both in the United States and overseas, some are brushing off this new turbocharged engine as little more than a short-run redeux of the old SVO Mustang – but there is a good chance that this engine could play a very big role in the future of the model.
2015 Ford Mustang Will Debut Latest Enhancements to Sync 911 Assist
This information, said Rosen Olin, "will help first responders better assess the severity of a crash and determine the appropriate response (like number of ambulances to send)," even without voice communication from the occupants.
2015 Ford Mustang to Feature Innovative Knee Airbag.
Ford has doubled down on its airbags for the 2015 Mustang. But one of those airbags is exclusive, earned Ford 15 patents when it was developed, and will have a big impact on how interiors are designed in Ford's future.
Build the 2015 Ford Mustang of Your Dreams: Configurator Live, Official Pricing for Coupe/Convertible Confirmed!
Now, official MSRPs are live on Ford's online configurator for the 'Stang, and the coupe pricing figures were spot on. Ford has also released convertible pricing,
which is the first time we've seen numbers attached to the droptop.
Ford opens order banks for 2015 Mustang, pricing starts at $24,425*
Ford is officially selling its all-new 2015 Mustang, following today's release that the automaker has begun accepting orders for the fastback model. Accompanying the announcement came the long-awaited pricing for the entry level model, fitted with the 3.7-liter V6, which will start at $24,425
"Flat" is a word that keeps coming up as the vehicle dynamics engineer at the helm of the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost describes the results of his work fettling on this pending pony’s new suspenders. It corners flatter, it brakes a lot flatter, and it’s just a much more buttoned-down car.
2015 Ford Mustang Model Orbits 21 Miles Above Earth (W/Video)
After 50 years of production, more than nine million Ford Mustangs have been sold, but not one has made it into space. A Northern California Ford dealership, however, changed all that by launching the first scale model 2015 Ford Mustang into orbit and captured the event on video.
Ford honors the past, launches new pony for a shifting market
Fifty years ago, Lee Iacocca gamely predicted the Ford Mustang would represent "more things to more people than any other automobile on the road." But even Iacocca, the young but masterful head of Ford Division, couldn't predict the sensational success of the first pony car.
At the pony car’s unveiling in December, Mustang Chief Engineer Dave Pericak told FoxNews.com that it had a special feature aimed at the kid inside of us that would be a manufacturer first, but wasn’t ready to say what it was just yet.Well, it has now been revealed to be an electronic line-lock that holds the front brakes while releasing the rears, allowing drivers to perform the perfect burnout every try.
2015 Ford Mustang is Powerful, But Aero-Efficent Too
It's no longer enough for a car to be merely fast, or to look great, or to use as little fuel as possible. Modern cars have to do all of those things and more, which is why Ford's 2015 Mustang isn't just its most technologically-advanced ever, but its most efficient too.
How Ford Snuck the 2015 Mustang into the Need for Speed Movie—While the Car Was Still Secret
“Being in these movies is core to what this car is,” says Mustang chief engineer Dave Pericak. “It continues this legacy of the emotion people have with the Mustang.” So Ford made a high-security effort to get the 2015 Mustang GT to the Need For Speed set in Nevada last June, a full six months before the car’s official debut.
2015 Ford Mustang Convertible in Oxford White, Black
Ford Motor Company has released two new photos of the 2015 Mustang Convertible, showing the vehicle in Oxford White and Black, two of the ten colors the redesigned pony will get when it goes on sale. Revealed along with the fastback last December, the 2015 Mustang Convertible will be offered with the same engine as the coupe...
At the 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), we had the rare chance to peek behind the Blue Oval and see exactly how the Ford design team reimagined this iconic pony car. Here’s how they did it.
2015 Ford Mustang Confirmed For Need For Speed Movie [w/video]
The 2015 Ford Mustang has just made its international auto show debut in Detroit and soon you’ll be seeing it on the silver screen, as the latest version of the iconic muscle car will be making an appearance in the new Need For Speed movie.
The 2015 Ford Mustang is assuredly the most anticipated new vehicle of the year. The redesigned Pony Car has been the subject of frantic gossiping and covert spy photos covering everything from the way it looks to the tech it will include, its performance, mechanicals and a bevy of other aspects of Ford's performance icon.
Our exclusive tour of the next generation pony with its design team
How do you design the next version of an American classic? Nearly 50 years since its introduction and more than nine million cars later, the Ford Mustang is one of very few cars to be in continuous production for more than five decades.
The 2015 Ford Mustang has arrived and it might finally give the Germans a run for the money
After one of the leakiest news embargos in recent memory, the all-new 2015 Mustang is here. The brand-new pony car is not just one of the most important automotive debuts this decade, it might just be a really good car, too.
Between a bevy of spy shots, speculative renders and insidery images from the halls of Car and Driver, we've got a pretty decent idea of what the 2015 Ford Mustang might look like. Still, we're excited to see the real deal as soon as possible.
The 2015 Ford Mustang to debut on Good Morning America
It seemed more than a little strange when the refreshed 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS debuted on the daytime talk show Live with Kelly and Michael back in March but not to be outdone by its rival – the 2015 Ford Mustang will also feature a big television spot on the day of the debut.
When will the 2015 Ford Mustang be revealed around the world
As we’ve already told you, Ford will use ABC’s Good Morning America talk show to introduce the 2015 Mustang in New York, while the European unveiling in Barcelona will broadcast via a “Go Further” event.
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