Expect The Fresh and New Ford Mustang in 2023
Reports claim that Ford’s next-generation Mustang could start production in March 2023. The MY2023 vehicle was supposed to debut in 2022, but it has been reported to be delayed. Buyers can expect to test drive it at the Akins Ford, Winder, GA upon its launched.
The stealth production of the next-gen Mustang, coded as S650, will be unveiled soon with notable changes. It’s exciting times for the next-gen Ford Mustang as the 2023 model has some surprises in store, such as an all-wheel-drive and a hybrid variant.
Features to expect from the 2023 Ford Mustang
The engine capacity is currently to be a 2.3-liter EcoBoost with a supercharged V8 on the cards. Buyers can look forward to a 5.2-liter version of the Predator unit, while the naturally aspirated, 5.0-liter V8 would be a Coyote motor.
Rumors believe the hybrid variant might be a plug-in or a full hybrid variant, depending on the Blue Oval. The fuel economy figures and emissions are being deter to introduce the variant in the range.
The hybrid Mustang is said to get an all-wheel-drive and the front axle powered by an electric motor and the rear wheel controlled by the internal combustion unit.
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One can expect the S650 generation to be the last Mustang with an internal combustion engine. Buyers can expect future line-ups such as the MY2030 Mustang not to have an internal combustion engine at all.
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The next-gen 2023 Mustang, which has unfortunately been delayed, will finally materialize in 2024 based on the Autoline information. The future scope of the S650 Mustang includes a sleek all-electric two-door Mustang. The Mustang Mach-e two-door electric is already on the cards for 2028 or 2029, making it one of the most exciting electric launches arriving shortly. Explore more upcoming Ford Models here!