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2024 Ford Mustang to debut in September at Detroit Auto Show

2024 Ford Mustang to debut in September at Detroit Auto Show

Rumour central is suggesting very strongly that the new generation 2024 Ford Mustang will be first unveiled at the North American International Detroit Auto Show in September.

In what has to be one of the few remaining auto shows, Detroit has always been a show where the big reveals happen.

It could be the same this time.

The rumour, as usual, comes from an unnamed source within the industry who knows these things. Whether it will turn into anything or not is anybody’s guess, but it’s exciting to think it might be!

It might work. Everyone is assuming Ford has something big planned for April 17, 2023 as that’s the same date the original Mustang was launched back in 1964.

How that date would work with Detroit is anyone guess, but it does provide scope for a couple of reveals.

2024 Ford Mustang

The 2024 Ford Mustang will be the 7th generation of the pony car and is apparently codenamed S650.

We’re expecting an updated design that keeps the current look but modernizes it across the board. Perhaps a new front end that refines what’s already there or updates the grille and light arrangement.

Perhaps a new look rear end to bring that up to date while keeping the signature vertical lights.

The only thing that has been kind of confirmed is the inclusion of a V8 engine of some kind and some turbocharged four cylinders.

We also know there will be at least one manual transmission as we saw the graphic on the official 7th generation announcement from Ford.

We expect some type of hybrid or electrified variant but that’s pure speculation right now. It would be a little tone deaf if Ford just gave us gas powered engines, even if there was a double unveiling with gas at Detroit and electrification later.

2022 Ford Mustang

Even though we are very much looking forward to a new look Mustang, there’s nothing at all wrong with the current look.

It’s modern, masculine and with enough heritage to link it firmly to the long, illustrious heritage of the brand. Ford has sold over 10 million Mustangs and doesn’t plan to stop soon, so any redesign is going to need to be carefully measured.

All we have seen so far have been carefully camouflaged cars, so we know very little about how the new model will look and feel.

Fortunately, we only have a few weeks to wait until the Detroit Auto Show. How everything will work is anybody’s guess but we can’t wait!

Check out the 2022 Ford Mustang at Northway Ford Lincoln, 388 King George Road Brantford ON N3S 3N2.

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