• Sep 10, 2008
Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2010 Ford Mustang teasers

We've gotten our hands on five new pics of the 2010 Ford Mustang GT and, although the tweaks are subtle and the images obscured, these shots give us a few hints about what to expect when the new 'Stang arrives at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show.

The teaser above shows a more steeply raked hood accompanied by a new headlamp and bumper design, while the profile shot of the convertible previews a slight upkick in the beltline aft of the B-pillar. The Ford GT badge has undergone a slight revision, along with the new five-spoke wheels and a new steering wheel fitted with tweaked buttons for the cruise control.

We're only a couple months away from the 2010 Mustang's official unveiling, but more teasers and spy shots are inevitably on the way. Thanks to Brad for the heads-up.


[Source: 2010Mustang]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Wow, they redesigned NOTHING!!!!

      ugh, *insert complaint of Mustang Articles on Autoblog*.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I know I hit reply to someone's comment there...
      • 6 Years Ago
      OK, here's the thing with your "comment". The current Mustang is an iconic and beloved design that has sold millions. Maybe it isn't loved by you but YOU aren't a buyer. If they made drastic changes the faithful would revolt. As it is Ford is giving us an almost COMPLETELY new car for a mid cycle refresh. New engines, New sheetmetal all over, and a new interior. If you want a car with a ton of change from its previous iteration get a Challen... no, wait, scratch that...
        • 6 Years Ago
        Given that the Challenger's last iteration was a turbo 2.6l I4 powered rebadged Mitsubishi sports car, I'd say the current one is quite a drastic change from the last. ;)
      • 6 Years Ago
      Those are some looking wheels.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Those wheels remind me of the wheels that came on the first V8 XJRs. I like it!
      • 6 Years Ago
      From the looks of the stearing wheel pic they just might be getting rid of the cheap looking interior materials. However, I don't expect Caddy CTS quality.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Camaro will kill Mustang:
      1) if it will have interior like that one presented on photo !
      2)..and they won't change that engines menu (maybe they will do it in 2012 , they say Ford is short of money..)

      ....exterior I belive will look nicer in 2010 than the previous models...(more rounded curves , and more frigile and front(more sharp) and rear..i think more closer to 2003 Mustang concept car? do You reember it? that think loocked great! - modern, very nimble...and muscular at one time...
      camaro and Challanger success is to stay close to their pototypes,
      and thats the reason they dont look cheap, ..and Mustang a little bit yes..! it looks to much plastic !...(but that some of that GT versions with red leather for example looks cool.....)
      • 6 Years Ago
      Based on the pics being leaked lately, this is trying to future-up the retro styling.

      It is trying to adapt the retro of the 05-current mustangs by beveling the edges, and up-turning the corners.

      The bottom edges of the tail lights, the uneven front edge of the hood above the grille, the gape-mouthed underbite thick front bumper profile, and the upturn corner at the rear upper corner of the doors...

      Someone is trying to add "future" to "retro", and missing the current point entirely.

      At least the horse looks better, though.

      I am not that impressed by the current mustang, but I think the new one, at least stylistically, is going to be worse, not better.

      Acura/Honda, Mini, Subarus, VWs, Toyotas, BMWs, and a bunch of others, now likely to be joined soon by Mustang, are getting slightly more odd looking, or even downright ugly, comparing newest or future models to previous iterations.

      Restyling for the sake of re-styling is bound to end up on this path.
      • 6 Years Ago
      What's with the stubby speedometer needles? I thought Ford was going to get rid of those?
      • 6 Years Ago
      @gintonics

      Let's not turn this into a debate about Sarah Palin. OK!

      Now back to the pig, I mean Mustang. It looks pretty much like a Mona Lisa so far. Hard to see anything in low light.
      • 6 Years Ago
      What's up with the pig comments? The GT500 is the Pig but the GT weighs far less then the Challenger and Camaro. However, I agree they should at least offer IRS and make live axle an option for drag cars.
      • 6 Years Ago
      So, does this one have the 400hp 5.0L 3V engine? or does that come later? If it does it should fly, especially compared to the camaro and challenger.
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