Just because the new 2015 Ford Mustang has officially been released, you didn't think that would be the end of the matter – did you? Of course not. There'll still be plenty of rumors, reports and video footage to bring you. Like this, the first non-official footage of the new pony car in the wild.

Shot by YouTube user SotA1080 and dug up by our friends at CarBuzz, this clip shows the new Mustang posing for photos (alongside other Mustangs) and starting up its engine at the most recent gathering of Cars & Coffee in Irvine, CA. And this being the GT model, it's not packing the V6 or the turbo four, but the red-blooded 5.0-liter V8 that tells us and enthusiasts worldwide that the new Mustang has not lost its way. Scroll on down to watch the footage for yourself.


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      Avinash Machado
      • 1 Year Ago
      Nice to know that throaty V8's are not dead.
      Lachmund
      • 1 Year Ago
      love the craspy rumble
      Dub
      • 1 Year Ago
      It´s simply a lovely piece of functioning art, the balance between retro and modern styling is flawless. I know that technologically its a stepping stone to what the muscle car was supposed to be in the first place, a show case of Innovation and the future of automotive technology.
      Bruce
      • 1 Year Ago
      At 0:57, am wondering about the vent outlets in mid-dash with the two smaller circles between them... they look like the auxiliary gauges that I thought were only on the turbo-4 version (the one on the right is a boost gauge, from other photos I've seen). Maybe there is an optional gauge package available with the GT 5.0?
      audisp0rta4
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm really looking forward to this car. I also hope they fine tune that exhaust a little more.
      Serenespeed
      • 1 Year Ago
      I wonder what the 2.3 Turbo will sound like. That's the one I plan to get, and I really hope it sounds cool. There is a lot you can do with turbo car as far as sound is concerned, and given the mustang magic aural engineering of the past, I'll admit I'm rather excited.
      car czar
      • 1 Year Ago
      I take mine in convertible form, patriot blue with white 21" wheels lowered another inch please.
      Bassracerx
      • 1 Year Ago
      i cant wait to see how the gt track stacks up against the 1LE i really love the performance of the LE but the camaro needs some refinement and feels dated already (although not as much as the challenger) I'm really hopeing the turbo 4 wont be too expensive of an upgrade and will come with the best chasis setup because the v6 engine feels a bit agriculture but a turbo with boost could be exciting
      Eddie Dwyer
      • 1 Year Ago
      And it's going to sound even better after the long tubes go on!
      Bruce
      • 1 Year Ago
      OK, I just looked at the photo gallery and am still confused... Other recent photos show only three round vents in mid-dash for the GT, but an otherwise much more upscale HVAC/Radio/Nav area with larger screen and chromed toggle switches in lower row. And these photos don't show the instrument labels so I guess it could just be a vacuum gauge(?) Could this photo-car have a pre-production dashboard layout?
        Muttons
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Bruce
        Oh and yeah, on the Ecoboost 4 performance pack i think the gauges are there too, but the vacuum one is replaced with a boost gauge.
        Muttons
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Bruce
        I'm pretty sure that without the performance track package, the car just gets three vents. When you get the package it comes with two auxilliary gauges and only two vents. Gauges like Oil Pressure and Vacuum. This package, however, is not dependant on having MyFordTouch, which is really nice. You can get a GT all kitted out for the track without needing to pay extra for a MyFord Touch system that you may not like. Just the simple radio setup with regular Sync.
      Julius
      • 1 Year Ago
      The styling is a good evolution of the original "retro" look - but the one thing that irks me is that the new car is 1.4 inches lower - and it seems it all came out of the greenhouse. The "bunker feel" people have sitting in the Camaro is probably the worst part of that car's experience, and this Mustang seems to be following that trend.
      Doug Danzeisen Sr
      • 1 Year Ago
      Who needs a stereo with sound like that? Give me a convertible version, the better to hear this with, and I will be a pretty happy old guy.
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