At the 7th-gen Mustang reveal, Ford had an unexpected trick up its sleeve with an all-new performance model, The Dark Horse.
Ford Motor Company unveiled the seventh-generation Mustang on the first day of the Detroit Auto Show.
TV anchor Jarod Deanda revealed the S650 to a swarm of admirers and bystanders during the company's "Stampede" media event in downtown Detroit.
The car's progressive body style and traditional engines will delight Mustang aficionados.
The bundle includes a previously hinted manual transmission. We can ignore rumours concerning all-wheel drive and hybrid engines.
Dark Horse Joins The S650 Mustang Lineup
The GT and EcoBoost Mustangs will remain in the new generation, but with improved performance, according to Ford's presentation.
Although the firm is keeping the specifics under wraps, the updated 5.0-liter Coyote V8 with 480+ horsepower will result in the most potent Mustang GT ever.
The Mustang EcoBoost will be powered by a brand-new, fourth-generation, 2.3-liter four-cylinder turbo engine.
Both the hardtop and convertible are compatible with either powertrain.
The introduction of the Dark Horse Mustang, the model's first new performance variant in more than 20 years, may have been the evening's biggest surprise.
The most potent Coyote V8 engine ever manufactured, with 500 horsepower, is included in the standard kit.
Differences Inside And Out
The appearance of the new Mustang has an angular body and sharp creases,
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