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2014 Mustang to get new colors, options

By - August 13, 2012 – 2:40 pm6 Comments | 20,072 views

Ford will soon be launching the next generation of Mustang for 2015, but before then company has one more year to produce the current model. While one might expect that Ford would simply carry over the 2013 Mustang unchanged into the next model year, it looks like  there will be a few new options and colors available. According to a forum member over at TheMustangSource.com, Ruby Red will replace Red Candy in the color palette, and Oxford White will take the place of Performance White. Two new appearance packages, one for the V6 model and one for the GT model, will be available, a new hood stripe will be available for the Mustang V6, and gloss black stripes will replace the matte black stripes on the Shelby GT500. On the downside, the Boss 302 will no longer be available, ending the model’s two year production run.

2014 Ford Mustang Changes:

  • Colors: Ruby Red (RR) replaces Red Candy (RZ). Oxford White (YZ) replaces Performance White (HP).
  • Base V6 100A & 101A: New option called “V6 Appearance Package,” option code 541.
  • Premium V6 201A: Hood Stripe, option code 471.
  • Base GT 300A & 301A: New option called “GT Appearance Package,” option code 542.
  • GT/CS 402A: Colors limited to Deep Impact Blue, Race Red, Black, Sterling Gray, Ingot Silver, and Oxford White.
  • Boss 302 500A & Laguna Seca 501A: Missing, so it appears to be true that the Boss 302 was a 2 year run only (’12 & ’13).
  • Shelby GT500: Matte Black stripes replaced by Gloss Black stripes.

[Source: TheMustangSource.com]

6 Comments »

  • EL SHELBY says:

    Assuming this information is accurate, the two year run of the BOSS 302 is not much of a surprise. It had been specualted from the beginning that the BOSS 302 would be limited to a two year run to mirror the ’69-’70 BOSS 302. Now, with the 5.8L in production will Ford offer a naturally aspirated version as a 351 Mach 1?

  • EL SHELBY says:

    Assuming this information is accurate, the two year run of the BOSS 302 is not much of a surprise. It had been speculated from the beginning that the BOSS 302 would be limited to a two year run to mirror the ’69-’70 BOSS 302. Now, with the 5.8L in production will Ford offer a naturally aspirated version as a 351 Mach 1?

  • Ericc B says:

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Ford needs to put YELLOW on the regular V6 and GT models.

  • Ericc B says:

    Or Grabber Orange. Preferably both. They might not sell in the ten thousands, but every single one of them attracts more attention to the brand than 100,000 black or grey ones. It’s basically free marketing.

  • Robert D Olson says:

    I have only one question. Will Ford do anything special commerating 50 years of Mustang?

  • Brian L says:

    I agree with Ericc B, Ford needs to bring back Yellow, we have a 2006 Screaming Yellow mustang convertible with the black roof and black pony stripes. It gets a lot of attention every time we take it out for a drive, we hear daily comments … cool, sharp, awesome, and “I Love your car”. I did not care for Grabber Orange and School Bus Yellow on the Boss lacked “pop”. If they brought back Screaming Yellow, I would but the first one off the line.

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