Not many cars will continue to hold our rapt attention quite like the upcoming redesigned 2015 Ford Mustang, codenamed S550 internally. Earlier this month, we brought you the first spy photos of a next-gen Mustang prototype out testing, and even though expertly placed cladding concealed the pony car's new shape, we could tell that underneath was hiding an altogether new form inspired by the Evos Concept from 2011.

Today we give you some video of what looks to be the same Mustang prototype, which you can watch below, and while the budding director behind the camera wasn't able to capture much in the way of the engine's audio signature, we can see the car in motion for the first time and compare its relative size and shape to the S197 Mustang GT that's on its tail.



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      Winnie Jenkems
      • 1 Year Ago
      Prediction: it's still going to look a lot like the current one. And that's not a bad thing at all.
      Mitchell J. Mattice
      • 1 Year Ago
      Honestly, I had always said "Im not fond of this new Mustang" only for it to grow on me later on. Not sure if anyone else agrees, but Im sure it will still be a hit, and I'll love it as much as I did with the gens that came before.
        Jesus!
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Mitchell J. Mattice
        I still think the 2010-12 are awful looking with all that unpainted cladding everywere. The 13 got better but the blacked out rear should be an option. The black plastic they use scratches waaay to easy and you get swirlymarks all over it. I am currently looking for an 07-09 convertible. It was the last one that was more American made and had better proportions all around. But dont get me wrong I like the front of the current Mustang and the sides look great. Its just the rear. However, if this new mustang looks like an evos forget it im done.
      Lexusbob
      • 1 Year Ago
      ROFLMAO! Wow, good looking car. Does it come in colors beside black?
      eddins22
      • 1 Year Ago
      Twelve more years of child support and then this one is mine! LOL
      Bill Spahr
      • 1 Year Ago
      Will it have more interior room or be a cramped front area like the current models? I didn't buy one because of this tight fit - uncomfortable!
        Evil_Merlin
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Bill Spahr
        Are you a fatty? Because I'm 6'2 and have no problem getting into or out of my 2013 GT.
      tom
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love it and I want one
      talari
      • 1 Year Ago
      It needed a shorter back seat to give it a more chariot feel.
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      Rob
      • 1 Year Ago
      I "heard" that it is supposed to have independent rear suspension...FINALLY..........although I agree with a comment down below which states "who cares we'll never be able to afford one"....I swear, one time, I remember going to a car show, there was a early model stang there, still had the price sticker in the window, said something like "2,500" dollars.....now certain models go for over 50k or more......I once asked a preacher his thoughts about that scenario, I asked him why he thought cars have become SO EXPENSIVE over the years, and without blinking an eye, he said "greed"............You just have to simply wonder that if population growth and the law of supply and demand have actually driven up these prices.....I know technology has come a long way, but....... I will never have another new car..............I mean seriously they depreciate HOW MUCH soon as you drive it off that lot???????.....
      skonickifam
      • 1 Year Ago
      Yeah Right! This tells me a great deal..........Get serious!
      shindogdiggity88
      • 1 Year Ago
      A interesting fact that you all may or may not know, is that the Mustang was actually a car that was made for women.
        Democritus
        • 1 Year Ago
        @shindogdiggity88
        Yes, I remember when the Mustang first came out it. Early print ads had the model Twiggy posed with the car and Lee Ioccoca called it "the secretary's Thunderbird". It's amusing that what is now considered a macho man's car began life as a "cuter" Ford Falcon.
        Evil_Merlin
        • 1 Year Ago
        @shindogdiggity88
        Actually no, that's not the complete truth, the actual quote is "I told the team that I wanted the car to appeal to women, but I wanted men to desire it."
      Austin
      • 1 Year Ago
      If Ford has any real interest in saving Lincoln, base a CTS/ATS competitor off the new Mustang.
        Indubitably
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Austin
        As much as I like this idea and want it to happen, you have to remember that Lincoln is not competing with Cadillac or BWM. They are more in competition with Acura and Buick.
          cpmanx
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Indubitably
          Acura outsells Lincoln 2:1. If Lincoln could compete effectively with Acura and get to that sales level, it would then have the financial credibility within Ford to get the resources for more ambitious projects--maybe even its own dedicated platform. So yes, given how far down Lincoln has slid, competing with Acura is where it is right now.
          Christopher Meyer
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Indubitably
          The problem with this is, anymore in the luxury world you have to have prestige behind your name to move anything; and as far as prestige is concerned Acura and Buick are both dead in the water (China being the exception for Buick). If nothing else, Cadillac proved with the ATS that having an entry level sports luxury sedan, a la 3 Series fighter is the price of entry into being competitive in the luxury market these days. Those are the cars that get leased out in droves and actually build a brand name behind a product in this market. Until Lincoln starts building cars for the sub-40 demographic they are never going to get their feet off the ground. Platform sharing with much cheaper cars that have styling aimed directly at younger folks is not going to get Lincoln anywhere except the history books as another abandoned marque. For all the genius that Ford has instilled into their namesake brand, they don't have half a clue what they're doing in the luxury world...
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