Welcome to the new 2015 Ford Mustang that's gonna be coming out next year.
This is for the first time; a Mustang is truly intended for the global market.
This means it will be available on far old places like Norway and China.
It's also gonna be available for the first time in a right-hand-drive model, so people in the UK and Australia will be able to drive it from the right way there.
We're also expecting a new four cylinder in line for turbo charged EcoBoost motor.
The first time we've seen a turbo in a Mustang
since the 80's.
those motors weren't too great but this one, I think, will be pretty good.
It's gonna be putting down about 305 horsepower, which is gonna actually make it more powerful than the base B6 model.
The B6 will stay around as well as the 5 leader V8, which is the motor that we've come to know and love in Mustangs for many, many years now.
Also new, a fully independent rear suspension, again a first in the Mustang and the front suspension has been re-engineered as well to take advantage of the new handling out back.
It got of course this beautiful new bdoy, which is very purposeful and shapeful reminiscent of the Ford Evo
concept that we saw in Frankfurt a couple of years back.
Also on the inside, an all new interior that's got much nicer materials in than the past.
Again, making this the car that could compete on a world scale.
The new Mustang is gonna be 2015 model available of fall of 2014 in the US.
Those and the rest of the world are gonna have to wait until the beginning of 2015.
I'm Tim Stevens for CNET and again, this is the 2015 Ford Mustang.
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