Ford will livestream the debut of the seventh-generation Mustang at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, September 14.
The seventh-generation Ford Mustang will soon be unveiled, and fans are waiting impatiently—or perhaps not so impatiently—for it. At 8 o’clock, the wait will be over. ET on September 14 when, as part of the Detroit auto show, Ford will debut its newest pony car. An online broadcast of the new ‘Stang’s unveiling will be available on YouTube.
The S650, the next Mustang, will debut in 2024. Back in July, Ford CEO Jim Farley tweeted a confirmation of the pony car’s continued availability of the manual gearbox and promoted the hashtag #SaveTheManuals.
We anticipate that the EcoBoost turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder and the Coyote 5.0-liter V-8 will both remain available in the next iteration. The V-8 in the Mustang GT currently makes 460 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, whilst the EcoBoost Mustang currently makes 310 horsepower. For the new generation, we anticipate a little tuning of both engine versions, which will likely result in a small increase in power.
The outward design of the car won’t be significantly different from the existing S550 Mustang based on the camouflaged test mules we’ve observed travelling close to our southeast Michigan location. We do anticipate seeing more noteworthy interior modifications. Tomorrow night should bring answers to all of those questions and more.