2015 Ford Mustang

2015 Ford Mustang

The Mustang: Still cool after all these years.

The all-new 2015 Ford Mustang features a significant amount of innovative technologies providing drivers with enhanced information, control and connectivity when they want it.

From Intelligent Access with push-button start to SYNC and MyKey in every Mustang built, plus available Track Apps, MyColor gauges and new Shaker Pro audio system, drivers will be able to customize their time behind the wheel. On a twisty back road or a weekend track day, the driver can tap the toggle switches on the console to quickly adjust steering effort, engine response, and transmission and electronic stability control settings using the available Selectable Drive Modes to create the perfect Mustang at any time.

2015-Ford-Mustang-interiorThe clean-sheet design of the 2015 Mustang fastback and convertible evokes the essential character of the brand, retaining key design elements—including the long sculpted hood and short rear deck—with contemporary execution.

With more options to choose from, there is a Mustang to fit any lifestyle. The upgraded V-6 and V-8 are joined by an all-new 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that brings state-of-the-art technology to Mustang.

Mustang GT continues with the latest edition of the throaty 5.0-liter V-8, now featuring an upgraded valve train and cylinder heads that yield more than 420 horsepower. Mustang features all-new front and rear suspension systems. At the front, a new perimeter subframe helps to stiffen the structure while reducing mass, providing a better foundation for more predictable wheel control that benefits handling, steering and ride. The new double-ball-joint front MacPherson strut system also enables the use of larger, more powerful brakes. At the rear is an all-new integral-link independent rear suspension. New aluminum rear knuckles help reduce unsprung mass for improved ride and handling.

2015-Ford-Mustang-grillBase model estimated mpg: TBD. Estimated starting price: $25,000 and up, depending on style.

Compiled by Motor Matters

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