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Spy Photos: 2013 Mustang caught in light camo

By - November 5, 2011 – 10:59 am4 Comments | 11,139 views

2013 Ford Mustang Spy Photo

Back in July we broke the news that the 2013 Mustang would receive a design refresh, and a month later we revealed that the styling changes would include a front end more like that of the Shelby GT500 and revised taillights.Now spy photographers have captured a 2013 Mustang test mule in light camouflage, as published on Autoblog.com, confirming our earlier reports.

The new batch of photos show what looks to be a V6 model (although it has the rear diffuser and rear wing of the GT/CS model) with a GT500-esque front end, even including an aggressive front splitter. As we reported earlier, the projector headlights now include an LED element, and the rear view of the car shows a distinctly different taillight design. The rear bumper seems to have been changed quite a bit as well, as there is a significant amount of black plastic surrounding the license plate.

Although it isn’t shown in the spy photos, we also know that the 2013 Mustang will be getting some updates in the interior as well. A new LCD screen will be added in between the gauges on Premium models that will feature a gauge mode and a track app. We’ve also heard rumors that the 5.0-liter V8 will receive a slight bump in horsepower to put in more in line with the Camaro’s rating.

With the 2013 Mustang’s debut at the L.A. Auto Show just a little over a week away, we won’t have to wait long to fully see the car. We’ll be sure to bring  you plenty of photos and all the details as soon as we have them.

[Photos courtesy of Autoblog.com]

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