Future Ford Mustang Hybrid Atlanta GA

Some big changes are coming for the Ford Mustang. More specifically, a Ford Mustang Hybrid is coming. And we’ll have it right here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, Georgia. The future Ford Mustang Hybrid isn’t set to release until 2020, meaning it will likely be a 2021 model, but when it’s available, you rest assured knowing Akins Ford will have a great selection in our inventory.

The Ford Mustang has been a part of a lot of firsts throughout its history. It was the first pony car ever produced, and it’s the only pony car to stay in production since its initial debut. The Mustang was also the first American winner in countless racing events, including the SCCA Showroom Stock National Championship. Additionally, the Ford Mustang was the first automobile to win the Tiffany Gold Medal of excellence in American design. And now, the future Ford Mustang Hybrid will be the first pony car to get a hybrid drivetrain.

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What are the Advantages of a Mustang Hybrid Drivetrain?

When designed by the experienced professionals at Ford, hybrid drivetrains can create a sense of speed and acceleration that a gas engine can’t match. It’s actually a matter of torque. Gas engines can generate a ton of torque, but they can only do it at relatively high RPMs. An electric motor, such as the one in the upcoming Mustang hybrid drivetrain, can supply torque instantly at the touch of a pedal. That means the electric motor and the gas engine combination in the future Ford Mustang Hybrid will work together to create a drivetrain that is better than the sum of its parts.

Another big advantage of a hybrid drivetrain comes from weight. Though hybrids tend to weigh more than their gas-engine-only counterparts, the extra weight provided by the batteries can be put nearly anywhere in the car. This means Ford engineers will have an easy time creating a balanced and performance focused weight distribution for the new Mustang Hybrid.

If you’d like to know more about the future Ford Mustang Hybrid or any of our other new Mustangs, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly Akins Ford staff near Atlanta, GA.

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