For the 50th anniversary of the iconic Mustang, Ford isn't exactly reinventing the wheel, but the company's latest pony car looks to be the best yet.
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The 2015 Ford Mustang is a big departure from the outgoing generation, from a revamped design to an all-new engine. CNET's Brian Cooley meets up with Ford executives in Detroit and gets an inside look.
The new Mustang isn't an entirely new story, but we're seeing it in the flesh as a convertible. It's more global looking, less parodic.
The 2013 Ford Mustang GT looks very cool and churns out tons of power, yet its reasonable fuel economy, easy driving manners, and useful cabin tech make it a fun daily driver.
The 2015 Ford Mustang is all-new and quite the looker.
Few car models survive 50 years of production without a break, but the Ford Mustang's design gives it that longevity. Over the decades, the Mustang has had six major updates, marking new generations of the vehicle, with the all-new sixth generation shown off on December 6, 2012.
An excellent modern take on a muscle car, the 2011 Ford Mustang GT can be equipped with an excellent set of cabin tech. Poor fuel economy encourages hypermiling, which takes all the fun out of this car.
You can't drive Ford's next Mustang until 2014, but you can at least take it for a spin in Need for Speed Rivals starting today.
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Ford's new Mustang is designed with a eye for the global market, but it looks well-suited to dominate here on home soil.