• Dec 5, 2013
Here at Autoblog, we've officially stamped December 5, 2013, as Ford Mustang Day. Sure, the sixth-generation Pony Car started leaking out onto the web days ago, but all of the official, non-embargoed hotness has come out today. And man, there's been a lot.

In terms of new car debuts, this is a really big one – not unlike all of the Corvette madness that kicked off the 2013 automotive season. So to make sure you haven't missed anything, here's a wrap-up of everything you need to know about the 2015 Ford Mustang.
  • Deep Dive: 2015 Ford Mustang
    The most comprehensive, all-encompassing post with every last detail surrounding the new 'Stang. Ford is still keeping many of its specs – namely, performance – under wraps, but this Deep Dive covers all of the car's vital information that's presently available.
  • 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible shown on Twitter
    We attended the reveal events in Dearborn, MI and Los Angeles, CA today, and sadly, neither one of them involved a look at the droptop version of the 2015 Mustang. But it's out there, and here's a closer look at the wind-in-your-hair model.
  • Ford dissects the heart of the 2015 Mustang, its engine range
    As we said, official performance data for the new Mustang still hasn't been released, but that hasn't stopped Ford from giving us a closer look at the car's mechanicals. Here, you can check out cutaways of the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 and turbocharged, 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-four. Expansive details about the Mustang's new independent rear suspension can be found here, too.
  • J Mays on the 2015 Ford Mustang
    During the reveal event at Ford's headquarters in Dearborn today, we spoke to J Mays, the company's head of design, who not only gave us some insight into the styling of the new coupe, but gave us his thoughts on how the car should fare on a global scale, as well.
Of course, photos and text are only half of the story. Thankfully, we've scoured the depths of YouTube to bring you the latest and greatest videos of the 2015 Ford Mustang, including what appears to be the car's very first commercial. Here's a summary of all the videos we've embedded for you. Scroll down to watch all 12 of them. Of course, we want to know what you think of the 2015 Ford Mustang, so be sure to sound off in Comments, and vote in our poll below.





























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      Paul P.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'll take that silver one with the 5.0L please.
      anon
      • 1 Year Ago
      Use this platform for the next Galaxie and maybe even a Lincoln.
      mraburn
      • 1 Year Ago
      Did anyone notice that the Mustang at the Detroit reveal today did not have a live under-body or suspension? It was a mock-up underneath to hold it up and display the wheels.
      Gorgenapper
      • 1 Year Ago
      So many people only care about the looks, I don't think I've read more than one or two comments about what people expect of the new suspension and possible improvements to the engine, steering, driving visibility, road manners, etc.
      Stinkyboy
      • 1 Year Ago
      I like it. probably looks awesome in person.
      lagasca142
      • 1 Year Ago
      This Is A Hit
      leo
      • 1 Year Ago
      hot hot hot... I thing this is seriously good looking, and considering bar models will run in the low$20's and how can you go wrong... now that irs is here where is the Linkoln sedan and coupe based on this. keep all three engine options and Lincoln could be back from the grave... and this car will handle so Lincoln might just have a car that could rival Cadillac ats
        purrpullberra
        • 1 Year Ago
        @leo
        That's just what I thought when I heard "... all new chassis designed just for the Mustang....". Yeah, until Lincoln finally gets their hands on something that won't be just a warmed-over simple Ford. A purpose-built chassis is exactly what they need to compete. I hope they get it! (Though the ATS is going to be a hard car to match.)
      F.C.
      • 1 Year Ago
      i am a chevy fan, and yes this thing is amazing...........wait a second they unveiled it in Sydney..... SMH.
      Alex Reyes
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ha, seems like if you don't go for the MyFord Touch...they punish you with an awful looking stereo
        Milwaukee, WY
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Alex Reyes
        It's the exact same base radio in every other car that offers MyFord Touch. Tons of buttons. But that's what all the enthusiasts here claim to want. Buttons and dials.
          Famsert
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Milwaukee, WY
          Not tons of buttons. Honda's new models know how to do it right. Toyota too and Mazda. Ford seems to have tripled the number of buttons on their dashboards to get people to buy into their shitty touch interface.
      Mudotaku
      • 1 Year Ago
      I personally like the interior of this version, but I still prefer the current body over this one.
      Jesus!
      • 1 Year Ago
      Very disappointing. I know I have said plenty today on it, but I feel like part of America has died because of piss poor management the last two decades. Ford had no choice but to combine operations to get back in the black. And that meant bringing over vehicles already produced. Very little American influence in any Ford today. Ford is dead to me, and that's tough to say since I was born blue. But they are nothing but a sell out due to their lack of responsibility in the past, and now the Mustang is a Fusion coupe. Sad. At least I still have GM and Chrysler, and that's where my money has already gone. Got a 13 Grand Cherokee and love it, and up next is a new GM vehicle.
        flychinook
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesus!
        " Very little American influence in any Ford today... At least I still have GM and Chrysler" Chrysler couldn't even manage to design their own C-Segment (compact) car, they had to start with a Fiat/Alfa.
          ehisforadam
          • 1 Year Ago
          @flychinook
          But somehow Chrysler managed to develop an SUV platform that Mercedes uses... That's really more to do with the Germans not giving them any money to develop their older platforms and then still not having much under Cerberus. It's a massive investment to develop a new platform, why not use something from a partner? By that logic Maserati is an awful car company because they couldn't design their own SUV platform.
        CJ_313
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesus!
        I will agree that there are some new Fords that have a bit too much euro-influence in their designs for my taste, but I think this new Mustangs styling is a happy middle ground.
        Narom
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jesus!
        "Very little American influence in any Ford today" Is that a bad thing? American cars sold round the world are rubbish.
      Hey Bitch ;)
      • 1 Year Ago
      WOW does FORD have ANY original ideas?? They STOLE the shape of the Camaro and threw on a Mazda front end. Ford has the exact same face on lots of its cars. The same big mouth bottom. Its sad when the Mustang shares looks with a C-max LOL! I agree that a 4-Cyl is a HUGE mistake. I would never buy a 6-Cyl muscle car but a 4-Cyl is a JOKE! Im not a Ford lover/hater I just call it as I see it. They could have done soo much better on this car. Well Camaro now has a clearer path to sales. The current Camaro looks better than the redesigned mustang. That's sad :(
        cpmanx
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Hey Bitch ;)
        You are very silly.
        e46mike
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Hey Bitch ;)
        Camaro? Are you nuts?
        chrismcfreely
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Hey Bitch ;)
        I see exactly ZERO camaro or mazda in it. I think the back looks a little like an accord coupe, though. It is like a cloud, everyone sees something different. That is not a lack of original ideas, but making pointless posts to s**t on something for no reason isn't really a new idea either.
        William B
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Hey Bitch ;)
        What a bone head you are. When it comes to original ideas I think you need to take a look at history. The Camaro wouldn't even exist if it weren't for the Mustang. When Ford introduced the Mustang back in '64 it took Chevy nearly two years to come up with something to compete with it. And lets not forget that Chevy discontinued the Camaro and the only reason you have the current version...once again...is because of the success of the Mustang. Aside from the Camaro...there is also the El Camino which you wouldn't have had if it weren't for the Ranchero and the Blazer which you wouldn't have had if it weren't for the Bronco. Seems like Chevy is the one that can't come up with an original idea. I do give them credit for the Corvette though and even though I'm pretty much a Ford person I've always liked them. As far as your comment about the Mustang looking like a Camaro..well..again...you're a bone head. There is absolutely no resemblance whatsoever. What it all comes down to is just buy what you like but don't make stupid comments like these because you make very other intelligent person who prefers Chevys look really really bad and I don't think they want you speaking for them.
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