Ford Mustang GT Coyote V8 – new generation on
Ford, however, is not giving up on the traditional Mustang. According to earlier According to plans, the new Mustang should appear on the market during 2025 year, but it seems that the plans have changed, so will production started during 2024.
There are many reasons to change the plans, and above all there is Ford’s promise that it will implement electrification by 2025, that is, that by then it will offer all models electrified in some way. Of course, this also applies to the Mustang, but a test prototype taken by spy photographers in Dearborn runs the engine Coyote 5.0 V8, which can be heard in the video.
In other words, Ford plans to introduce the Mustang GT with the Coyote V8 engine as early as 2024, after which it can “quietly” introduce electrified models on offer.
We expect that Ford could also offer the Mustang with a hybrid drive, based on the already well-known 2.3 EcoBoost engine, and hybrid variants could be with one and two electric motors, and the associated battery packs.
Of course, the Coyote V8 Mustang is unlikely to ever hit the European market.
On the other hand, hybrid variants could be sold globally, which means that the Flat Rock (Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant) would operate at full capacity, without major changes, at least until 2029, after which its product lines should be completely reconstructed. and adapt them to the production of exclusively electric cars.
In that case, the year 2029 could be a turning point, because then it would the production of the second-generation electric Mustang MachE should have started.
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