2014 Ford Mustang GT – U.S. car manufacturer Ford, plans to introduce a new generation of muscle cars Mustang at the New York Auto Show 2014. Ford did not officially declare this latest variant of the Mustang when it will be launched. Currently, New Ford Mustang is still in the development stage. This new Mustang using Ford Evos basic concept shown at Frankfurt Motor Show 2011.

2014 Ford Mustang GT R Front Top View

Since the appearance of the fifth generation inspired previous model, 2014 Ford Mustang GT known as the muscle car retro style that features muscular. However, Ford is ready to displace retro designs currently available on the Mustang is to be replaced by the futuristic look of the concept car, Ford Evos. Originally Mustang Ford has become an icon for more than 47 years. Ford officials said J Mays in a birthday celebration-50 Mustang to the next, this vehicle will come with a new look without the retro style.
Keep in mind that the Mustang is one of the ‘big three’ car muscle car (Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger) that continuously produced since its debut in 1964.

2014 Ford Mustang GT R Rear Angle

2014 Ford Mustang GT Exterior and Interior

By applying the Evos design, the look of the Mustang will be overhauled in various sectors. Among the parts of the face that would look sharper with shark nosed grille and sharply angled light.
Although the display shows Evos Ford’s global design and Kinetic Design, but still grim impression emanating from the body silhouette ramps and grooves on the bumper. Reportedly, Ford Mustang eliminate the classical model to attract younger consumers.

2014 Ford Mustang GT Interior View

2014 Ford Mustang GT Engine

Ford has not announced the details of this latest generation Mustang. But, referring to the basic concept of Evos, the predicted Mustang will use hybrid technology with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and electric motor.
The production version of the new 2014 Ford Mustang GT is also expected to use a V8 engine package. But, it could also use smaller engines that V6, which Ford pursue fuel efficiency. That’s why this car is more efficient than 2014 Subaru Forester Engine.

2014 Ford Mustang GT engine view

Meanwhile, the Ford Evos Concept is a variant with a higher position front grille design, smaller headlights with LEDs, the small airways and the most interesting course next door scissor.
Power comes from Ford Evos Concept hybrid powertrain engine that uses a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and electric motor. The combination of petrol and electric engine capable of reaching distances as far as 500 miles or about 800 km. This front-engined cars combined with a six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive. Gasoline consumption in and outside the city estimated 7.22 kpl and 11 kpl.

2014 Ford Mustang GT bumper detail

2014 Ford Mustang GT Performance

Another rumor reported, the new generation Mustang will both use the same platform as the Ford Fusion or Mondeo. This means that this new Mustang will be stronger and more likable, especially for European consumers.

In an automotive event SEMA 2012, Ford showing Mustang Cobra Jet modifications that supported by twin-turbo/turbo twins. Mustang Cobra Jet uses two supercharger – but the supercharger needs 100 horsepower to turn the blower only 2.9-liter engine. Twin-turbo project on the Cobra Jet is not finished, but his appearance at the event SEMA show car. 2014 Ford Mustang GT will be ready and soon entered the garage consumer.

2014 Ford Mustang GT R Rear View

2014 Ford Mustang GT Photo Gallery

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