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Newly revealed sketches show origins of the 2015 Mustang’s design

By - March 24, 2014 – 2:29 pm2 Comments | 3,124 views

2015 Ford Mustang Design Sketch

If you were curious about how Ford designers came up with the 2015 Mustang’s design, then these newly released sketches might give you a clue to the process. We’ve actually seen the sketches before – on the cell phone of a Ford employee at an auto show – but thanks to www.carbodydesign.com they are now available to download in large format on the internet. The drawings were done by Bosnian designer Kemal Curić and were posted as part of an interview with him about the 2015 Mustang.

A look at the sketches shows many of the styling elements that made it into production, from the slim headlights to the fastback to the tri-bar taillights. The production version seems to have lost some of the aggressiveness of the earlier sketches, although that’s to be expected.

You can check out all of the sketches below, or head over to www.carbodydesign.com to read the full interview.

[Source: CarBodyDesign.com]

2 Comments »

  • Twin Turbo says:

    Great sketches. The head-on shot of the silver/gray is STUNNING. Ford, if you’re reading this, use this added aggression for the first refresh in a few years!

    [img]http://mustangsdaily.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/12-2015-ford-mustang-sketches.jpg[/img]

  • Andreas says:

    hmmm don’t agree – than it is a “Evostang” finally. Current 2015 design rescued fortunatly a lot of Mustange-genes without too much Evos clues. Was not as worse as expected. This shoudn’t be abolished. If you want such a car, sell it as Capri, Probe or whatever, but give the Pony back its face!

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