Ford has released a new video of the next generation Mustang. The video is correctly created highlighting how Ford’s history of building cars sets it up well for the future. The video reveals some details about the next generation Ford Mustang. The video ad has a duration of one minute. The illuminated Mustang emblem on the grille is only idea to what you are looking forward to. It is likely to be a hybrid and is scheduled to launch in 2020.
Next Generation Ford Mustang Teased, First Look.
A Spokesperson of Ford said, “It’s a glimpse of what’s to come and we are excited to show you more in future.” Therefore we need to keep patience for the Los Angeles auto show to be held later this year and the Detroit auto show to be held in January next year to get the further informations related to the next generation Ford Mustang. However the statement of the spokesperson confirms that at least will be unveiled in the concept form, not only remaining in the minds of the ad teams.
The grille seen on the video prominently hints at the car being an electric vehicle. In addition to it the Mustang logo on the grille clearly states that the car is not an electric sedan concept. Moreover the car looks so low that it cannot be the upcoming Mustang inspired electric crossover that Ford has been teasing. The quick teaser comes as part of Ford’s new ad campaign, called “Built Ford Proud,” in a spot called “The Future Is Built” that features actor Bryan Cranston.
A quick cut of the original Mach 1 Mustang appears before the video which suggests that the car could probably get a Mach 1 name plate. The headlamps, closed off front ends and different mirrors clearly shows that the next generation Ford Mustang is redesigned and different from the current model. Powering the next generation Ford Mustang is an V8 engine with some kind of electric motor superseding it. The engine’s four cylinder banks and four injectors confirms it as the V8 engine.
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