This news may come to be sadness for all Mustang enthusiasts - the Blue Oval announced that the next-gen Ford Mustang’s arrival will be delayed by at least one year.
According to the latest car news, Mr. Jim Hackett - CEO of Ford made an announcement that the 7th-gen Mustang will be launched sometime in 2021.
The next-gen Mustang’s arrival will be delayed by at least one year
Although the American carmaker didn’t give any official confirmation for the delay, rumors predicted that the new Ford Mustang may be upgraded to a new modular platform which will be also used in a Ford all-electric crossover and the all-new Explorer which are planned to come in 2020.
With this new platform, Ford may bring an all-wheel-drive variant of the favorite Pony Car, along with the already-reported hybrid powertrain option.
Additionally, the Ford Mustang team also revealed that the new modular platform will not “bastardize the Mustang” and “will not hurt their design creativity.”
Ford may bring an all-wheel-drive variant of the favorite Pony Car
The new modular platform will not “bastardize the Mustang”
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<p>Ford's famous pony car is now in its sixth-generation model and is available in the Philippines in four variants. This includes the Mustang EcoBoost 2.3-liter Premium AT, Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Fastback AT, Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Convertible MT, and the Mustang GT 5.0 Premium Convertible AT. All of these Mustang variants are rear-wheel-drive, and either uses a six-speed manual transmission, or a ten-speed automatic transmission. There are two avialable engine options for the Philippine-spec Mustang. The first is a 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-4 gasoline engine capable of producing up to 310 horsepower and 475 Nm of torque. The second, more powerful engine is a 5.0-liter V8, which can churn out 460 horsepower and 569 Nm of torque. </p>