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Video: 2015 Ford Mustang prototype caught on camera

By - June 20, 2013 – 11:58 am5 Comments | 4,465 views

2015 Ford Mustang spy photo

The 2015 Ford Mustang has hit the streets. Well, at least the very first prototypes have. This brand new spy video shows one of the first 2015 Mustang R&D cars on the streets of Dearborn, MI with a 2012 Mustang GT following in close pursuit, providing our first real look at the next generation S550 Mustang in action.

So what can we learn from the video? Not much. The car is so heavily camouflaged than any hint of the design elements are covered up. The sound of the car isn’t much of an indication either, since the engineers likely haven’t fine-tuned the exhaust system. The one thing that does catch our eye are the extra large brakes on the car – it looks like 6-pistons up front and 4-pistons out back. Could this be a high-performance version of the 2015 Mustang, like the 2016 Shelby GT350 we reported on yesterday?

Want to see the 2015 Ford Mustang prototype out on the road? Just hit the play button below.


  • Bill Tidler Jr says:

    That pic is useless. Why waste your time showing it (and you admit as much)?

  • Harry C. Risher says:

    It’s really exciting to get a little glimpse of America’s all-new, next generation Pony Car-the 2015 FORD MUSTANG!! You can begin to figure out the general shape of this awesome new MUSTANG–Keep the info coming!!

  • Brandon says:

    Sorry but the rear calipers do not look any different then the ones on my brembo equipped car. and dont look anywhere near the size of my 4 pot brembos up front…so not sure where you say they are 4 piston in the rear.

  • Ramjet says:

    It looks like a notch back almost! The exhaust kind of looks smaller too so maybe an ecoboost 3.5L? I can only hope for a comeback of the notch!

  • Twin Turbo says:

    Great to see and hear it on the road at last! Sure, the camo is doing it’s job but it’s fun to speculate what might be under there.

    Keep up the good work, MustangsDaily………any piece of information, no matter how small, is worth posting, in my opinion :)

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