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Photo Gallery: 2015 Ford Mustang in Deep Impact Blue

By - January 21, 2014 – 9:17 am5 Comments | 21,558 views

2015 Ford Mustang Deep Impact Blue

While December saw the reveal of the sixth generation 2015 Ford Mustang, January has been all about showing you its colors. Literally. At the Detroit Auto Show we brought you images of the car in Triple Yellow, Black and Magnetic, and now we can have new photos of Deep Impact Blue. The color has been an option since 2013, but it looks nearly all new on the freshened sheetmetal of the 2015 Mustang.

The car pictured was on display at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, AZ this past week, and was in fact the same car that was brought on stage to sell the rights to the very first production Mustang. While we did manage to get quite a few photos of the car crossing the auction block, we made sure to get a more detailed set of photos of the exterior as well without crowds of people blocking our view.

You can see the 2015 Ford Mustang in Deep Impact Blue in detail in the photo gallery below.

Photos © 2014 MustangsDaily.com

5 Comments »

  • Twin Turbo says:

    The best photos of DIB yet, thank you! And this colour really suits S550……it looks gorgeous here :cool:

  • DC says:

    This is the best looking blue since the 2006 Vista Blue Metallic. Loving it!

  • Carl says:

    Did FORD change the color because this is NOT the same as last year’s Deep Impact Blue

  • RastaD says:

    To me, this Mustang seems to be sitting lower on its wheels than the other concepts I have seen. Possibly it is sitting heavy on the front, being tilted forward on stand? Maybe they will offer a sports package with a lowered stance? Either way, it looks great.

  • usa dreams go wrong says:

    The color is ok, but just don’t like this design…by this design, the car looks like a pen is.

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