At this point, many automakers are planning to drop their internal combustion engines but as always, there is this one stubborn competitor who always chooses to stay. Well, we don’t know if this gamble would work for the American brand but one thing is confirmed and that is, Ford is rolling out the seventh-generation Mustang globally.
What all has changed? What can we expect from it? Are the engines exactly the same? To answer all your queries, let’s go through all the details related to it down below.
- Seventh-generation Mustang has finally made its debut.
- Still available with two powerful petrol engine options.
- Comes with changes on the interior as well as exterior.
2024 Ford Mustang
On the outside, the 2024 Mustang still features the old silhouette but the design and styling elements have been revamped to give it a new yet tough look To be a little more precise, it looks angrier than ever with Tri-Bar LED headlamps that are now sleeker than ever. Also, model-wise changes are there to differentiate the different models from each other.
The drop-top model is again a part of the lineup and if you are a fan of a convertible sports car, it is definitely a sigh of relief for you at least. Another exciting part about the exterior changes is the colour options available. This time, Ford has confirmed that Mustang will be sold in 11 different shades, where two of them named Yellow Splash and Vapor Blue have been introduced for the first time.
Inside the cabin, the new Mustang feels more dramatic than ever. Ford has finally decided to emphasise more on modern features that’s why a new 12.4-inch fully digital driver’s display has been introduced. Thankfully, there’s even a larger 13.3-inch SYNC 4 infotainment system integrated into the same glass that we have already witnessed in several Mercedes-Benz cars. All these changes together enhance the feel making it one of the most practical cabins in a sports car.
Before the entire lineup goes electric, Ford repeatedly allows its customers to experience internal combustion engines. For MY2022, the Mustang range is said to be available with a fuel-efficient 2.3-litre four-cylinder, turbocharged EcoBoost engine. For the GT variant, there’s even a slightly revised 5.0-litre naturally aspirated Coyote V8 power unit which now comes with a revised dual air intake box.
One more detail that needs to be shared is the availability of the Ford Co-Pilot 360 driver assistance system on the new Mustang. There are several driver-assisting features from this setup but to name a few, it comes equipped with Lane Centering Assist, Steer Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control and Active Pothole Mitigation to name a few.
Is it coming to India?
The last generation model took its own sweet time to arrive but at last, it did make its debut in India. Keeping this in mind, expect the 2024 Mustang to arrive in India by at least mid-2023.