The first snowflakes of the season are falling in the Detroit area, but Ford engineers are busy testing out the convertible version of 2015 Mustang. With the amount of camouflage Ford has been using to cover up the next-gen Mustang, it's quite possible we've already unknowingly seen the Mustang Convertible out and about, but this is our first clear look of the droptop model. As an added bonus, these spy shots show the Mustang Convertible with its top both up and down.

Even though there is still heavy camouflage – and a guardrail – obscuring the body of this Mustang, the top is completely uncovered. Comparing these spy shots to our gallery of the 2013 Mustang Convertible, it would appear that the windshield frame, side windows and retractable soft top on this 2015 model are fairly similar to what is found on the current convertible. The only other bit of news we can see in these shots is another take on a five-split-spoke wheel design, which is slightly different from the wheels we've seen on past non-SVT Mustang prototypes.

Along with many other details about the 2015 Mustang, we don't know if we'll see the convertible when Ford officially debuts the Mustang in December, or we'll will wait see a little longer to see the topless Mustang – possibly coinciding with the car's official auto show reveal in New York next April.


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      audisp0rta4
      • 1 Year Ago
      Love the guardrail pix!!
      j.ziraldo
      • 1 Year Ago
      Check out the 2015 Mustang renders including renders of the convertible here: http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/showthread.php?t=823&page=41#post14530 . The artists doing these renders have been encouraged by some folks who know the new Mustang well. These renders are apparently very close, and very well liked by many on Mustang6G. It's really interesting that as other artists chop in their preferred body kits (see here: http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/showthread.php?t=881 ), a lot of the mods look really good. It seems like the 2015 Mustang is going to provide a great new canvas for the aftermarket industry.
        ChrisH
        • 1 Year Ago
        @j.ziraldo
        thank you for the link. Not a fan of the front lights. Will of course reserve judgement until Ford gives us real shots. Still trying to determine how they reduced the size of the car all that much, the 13 I owned was huge to me.
        gtv4rudy
        • 1 Year Ago
        @j.ziraldo
        thanks , as soon as I saw it you know that's a Mustang but I was a little let down because it's still a little too retro imo. We'll have to wait and see.
      Hybridnetics
      • 1 Year Ago
      Geez, you cant see didly squat...... Behind that gaurd rail
      Terry Actill
      • 1 Year Ago
      Square and ugly like the Camaro. Congrats Ford. You birthed a real pig.
        metric91
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Terry Actill
        It must be a huge privilege/benefit to walking around with the luxury and super powers of x-ray vision
      Seal Rchin
      • 1 Year Ago
      Yikes.
      Cool people
      • 1 Year Ago
      I hope the rear seat is adult size..
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        @Cool people
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        j.ziraldo
        • 1 Year Ago
        The story being told on Mustang6G is that the auto magazine publishers were shown the new Mustang last week to allow them the lead time necessary to prepare their Dec. mags. The 2015 has been in heavy camo for a very long time in order to protect the significantly different body shape, nose, and tale. No sense scaring off potential 2014 buyers. There will probably be no cow camo period.
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      chrismcfreely
      • 1 Year Ago
      Nope, that's the new Sebring. { ;
      Hampton
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ford seems to be going for a Aston Martin Vantage look with the new Mustang. That would make sense since their new corporate look ( ex Fusion) successfully drew on Aston design elements
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      INCREDIBLE BOB
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hard to see the overall good looks that have been promised.... Obvious that it is about the same size -- as someone who has been driving Mustang convertibles for 25 years, I am pretty aware that they can't make it any shorter while keeping the long hood and the "works in a pinch" rear seat. (If it were tall like some sedans, you could fit people in a shorter wheelbase, since they would sit more upright.,) Glad the "***** looking 1974 Celica" rear end that curses the present model is gone -- you can see it's bolder, like the 2005. Noticed that the fender kick-up is back behind the door again, not in it. The top is very close to carryover, after much time spent comparing photos, but, logically, would be new. It's time for some new model designations, besides "GT" and "plain" -- Ford MUST use the Coyote V-8. Somewhere, the Ecoboost 6 ought to be there, maybe the 4 comes later. Let's remind Ford what happened in 2005, when they stupidly forgot that all the pent-up demand of folks waiting for the new one was GT customers, and they produced over half 6 cyl cars at first. Note that the C7 Vette is selling mainly as Z-51s at first, not the plain ones. I want one
      Burabus
      • 1 Year Ago
      the ass was fat
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