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Official 2015 Ford Mustang photos leaked on cover of Autoweek

By - December 3, 2013 – 12:44 pm6 Comments | 7,229 views

2015 Ford Mustang

Our very first look at official photos of the 2015 Ford Mustang comes courtesy of Autoweek, whose December 9th issue has arrived earlier than expected with the Mustang on the cover. The article shows numerous studio photos of nearly every angle of Ford’s new pony car, plus a photo of the interior.

In addition to the photos the article provide some new juicy details on the 2015 Mustang. Some information was previously known, like the new independent rear suspension or the availability of the turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, but there’s plenty of new items as well. A Performance Pack will be available on both the 5.0 and 2.3, adding larger brakes (15-inch, 6-piston for the 5.0, standard GT 14-inch brakes for the 2.3), a Torsen limited-slip differential with 3.55 gears, response-tuned bushings, staggered wheels and additional gauges. Ford says the 2015 Mustang GT with the Performance Pack will be faster than the 2012-2013 Boss 302 on track.

Weight reduction for the new Mustang has long been speculated, and Autoweek says that 200 pounds has been dropped for 2015 in part due to lightweight aluminum fenders. The 2015 Mustang won’t be much smaller than the current generation, though, with the exact same 107.1-inch wheelbase and a similar length. It will be lower and wider, though.

You can see the leaked photos in the article below, and stay tuned for more photos and details as we get closer toward’s the 2015 Mustang’s official reveal on Thursday.

[Source: SVT Performance]


  • Twin Turbo says:

    Nice to finally meet you, S550 ;)

  • Joseph says:

    I’ve already seen one comment that about nailed it…………a cross between a 350Z and a GT-R! I’m liking it so far!!

  • Carl says:

    That front-end is beyond Fugly its just plain butt ugly! I mean the grille is so big its not a bug catcher but a small animal catcher now

  • Andreas says:

    COOL – if it is real the final thing! Not too much Evos but still enough Stang. I specially like the details of the front lights and the tail! This is really a smart reminiscence to former famous models! Unfortunately, Europe will get only the 4-banger? If yes, we can still import the V8 directly from the U.S. ;-)

  • Dmitry says:

    Is it me or the previous model looked better, not a bad looking car but doesn’t look like a muscle car anymore. Interior is nice, even though the steering wheel looks exactly like the one from 2010 Camaro. Would be good to see which materials they have used for the interior as well as the engine line up (quite curios what the shelby/cobra model’s gonna look like)

  • Daniel Anderson says:

    Love the taillight slant. Looks very modern, I predict 150,000 sold end end with the likely $30k selling for the base models.

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