All New 2015 Ford Mustang Leaks Online!

Pics sneak out two days in advance of new Mustang's reveal.

It’s pretty much guaranteed these days that any greatly-anticipated new car will leak online before the day it’s supposed to debut. It’s happened more times than we can count—and it’s happened with the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang.

These first pictures of the 2015 Ford Mustang come from a leaked early copy of Autoweek magazine that surfaced on Ford Mustang forum, then made their way onto Jalopnik. As you can see, those early renderings of the car were pretty spot-on. The new 2015 Ford Mustang has a bold new look that’s both all-American and solidly modern—not much of the retro styling remains. It’s sloped, sleek, and sick. The new front end has more than a hint of the Evos Concept car, while the back end reminds us of a modern take on the classic Boss 302 ‘Stangs. The interior looks far nicer than the last car, too.

Details are still sketchy at this point, but from what we’ve seen on the forums, the new 2015 Ford Mustang will be around 200 pounds lighter than the outgoing car, use aluminum front fenders, and offer an available Performance Pack for both the 2.3 liter turbocharger inline-four Mustang and the 5.0-liter V8 Mustang—with the Performance Pack 5.0 V8 2015 Mustang being quicker around the track than the 2012 Boss ‘Stang. Oh, and there’ll be an independent rear suspension.

We’ll bring you all the details and some much better shots of the car when we see it live on Thursday. [Shout-out to, Jalopnik!]

4 Responses to “All New 2015 Ford Mustang Leaks Online!”

    • 69Mach1Lover

      That’s funny!! When I took a dump this morning, I though, my turd looked just like the 2015 Mustang!!

      I like the looks though… No, it isn’t as retro looking as my 2005 GT, but it isn’t a drastic change from the current line. I would have liked a more chiseled front end. More distinctive of Mustang than Fusion and Taurus.

      AND Independent rear suspension is on EVERY other car now days. It is time for Mustang to loose the “it’s fast only in a straight line” stigma.

      I will reserve judgement on the looks until I get to see one in person.

  1. Paul Alvarez

    I like the back end on this one, but the front will need an aftermarket clip, because this front end does not belong on a mustang.


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