The all-new 2015 Ford Mustang hybrid is now available, the one that mixes American flair with import style-power and has key aspects including the tri-bar tail lamps and the not-really-for-people backseat, which was improved for the sixth-generation sports car. For the pony car, designers came up with three-dimensional sequential turn signals with tri-bar lights. There is a race track form around LED lights that are set within a black out panel, and the engine is well-suited for driving in the city, but isn’t as good at higher rpm.
“There are signature elements, and the tri-bar is one of them,” said Chris Svensson, Ford’s design director for The Americas. “The Mustang is a driver’s car. It is performance-oriented and all about the driver.” He said the back seat is a bit larger than the outgoing model, but it is still more of an “occasional seat.” Keeping it that way preserves the car’s silhouette as a fastback coupe, he said in addition to it.
The 2015 Ford Mustang is heavier as compared to the S197 generation Mustang, which adds a cost to the car’s acceleration. The car was a tenth slower in the quarter-mile (12.8 seconds), as it only matched up to 60 mph (4.4 seconds). It was same as the last GT Performance Pack model. A contributor proved its worth on the handling course as the new Mustang’s extra pounds is its new independent rear suspension. At an average of 0.84 g and in 24.7 seconds the 2015 GT completed the figure- eight, which is faster than both the Boss 302 and the last-gen GT. Both the GT and the EcoBoost attained max lateral acceleration of 0.96 g on an average, which isn’t far off of the performance(0.98 g) of Boss 302.
“Everything you do that changes the car runs the risk of alienating someone,” said Raj Nair, Ford’s product development chief. “People that are amazingly passionate about every aspect of the car.”