American car maker Ford has silently launched the 2015 Ford Mustang configurator. Earlier last month, the 2015 Ford Mustang got 500 reservations in 30 seconds in Europe. (CLICK HERE TO READ OUR REPORT ON THE SAME)
According to the official Ford website, the entry-level Mustang V6 is priced at $23,600 while the EcoBoost variant will be available for $25,170 in base guise and $29,170 in premium guise. The Mustang GT starts at $32,100 and the range-topping GT premium costs $4,000 more.
The convertible range is limited to just three models and the entry-level V6 starts at $29,100. The mid-level EcoBoost premium costs $34,670 while the GT premium goes for $41,600.
Even after unveiling the car in December last year, Ford hasn’t revealed the final specifications but the entry-level model features a 3.7-liter V6 engine that develops at least 300 bhp (223 kW) and 270 lb-ft (365 Nm) of torque. The Mustang Ecoboost will be proplled by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine that produces more than 305 bhp (227 kW) and 300 lb-ft (406 Nm) of torque. The top-of-the-line Mustang GT boasts a 5.0-liter V8 engine with more than 420 bhp (313 kW) and 390 lb-ft (528 Nm) of torque.
The most defining new design highlights of the new 2015 Ford Mustang include
- A lower, wider stance with a reduction in roof height, and wider rear fenders and track
- The return of Mustang fastback with a sleeker profile enabled by more steeply sloped windshield and rear glass
- Three-dimensional, tri-bar taillamps with sequential turn signals
- Contemporary execution of the signature shark-bite front fascia and trapezoidal grille
- The convertible version comes with multilayer insulated cloth top that gives the car a more upscale appearance and a quieter cabin. The new soft top also lowers twice as fast as before, and has a sleeker profile when folded for open-air motoring.
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