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Latest 2015 Mustang rendering is to Retro

July 11, 2012 Mustang News 6 Comments


When the dust settles and the 2015 Mustang is unveiled for the first time it will shock Mustang enthusiasts but it will excite a whole new group of fence line buyers who for the most part have never owned a Mustang.  We won’t know what the 2015 Mustang will look like for another two years but expect more and more renderings to come out like the latest from CarScoop.  Their newest rendering of the 2015 Mustang tries to incorporate subtle design cues from the Ford Evos concept. For me the car still looks way to retro to be the next generation Mustang.  Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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  1. John says:

    I like the look, but I really doubt Ford has this in mind for the 2015. I expect it to lean toward a more European styling and handling – kind of like the goal for the original Mustang. Maybe even including the original 2500 pound weight limit. Wait, it’s going to have European styling, make that a 1134 kilogram weight limit.

    The current generation Mustangs have more in common with the 1973 Mustang than the 1965.


  2. Jay says:

    My biggest fear is that it will look all BMW-ish. Let the European car fans have their beamers, mercedes and leave the American Muscle looking American.


  3. Steve says:

    I doubt the ‘new’ Mustang will look anything like this rendering. This pic looks too much like the current Mustang and Ford has said it will leave the retro look behind. Even though I like this rendering, I just don’t think Ford will go in that direction. Unfortunately for us, they seem to be going after the euro/younger buyers and not the Mustang faithful.

  4. anonymous says:

    Nice article for mustangs

  5. Larry says:

    I wish these websites quit using the 05-14 mustang as a template. The styling of the new 2015 car will be as different as the Mustang II was to the Fox body Mustang.

  6. Raphael says:

    to me, that rendering looks like an actual mustang without being too retro to its 1960s counterparts.

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