Spied!! 2024 Ford Mustang.

2024 Ford Mustang-According to a source from Australia, the next-generation Mustang will keep the V-8 engine.

The world of sports cars is fast-changing–and thrilling. But on the other hand, the Ford Mustang has been a staple since 1964 and isn’t going anywhere soon.

Here are the major highlights:

  • According to the Australian website Wheels/Which Car, the 2024 Ford Mustang will be introduced next year.
  • According to the journal, the next-generation Mustang will still be available with a V-8 engine, citing Ford’s Ali Jammoul.
  • The spy photographs reveal what appears to be a soft-top convertible with high-performance components.
2024 Ford Mustang
2024 Ford Mustang

The spy images of the next-generation Mustang, the 2024 Mustang, are started pouring in. Although some car features are altered, the basic package of the vintage Mustang remains primarily unchanged.

Not only do these spy photographs of a tightly camouflaged Ford Mustang prototype hint at the next generation’s arrival, but rumor from Australia suggests the popular pony car will make its appearance next year.

2024 Ford Mustang
2024 Ford Mustang

It will also be available with a V-8 engine. In a recent piece in the Australian newspaper Wheels, Ali Jammoul, Ford’s vehicle program director, Icons and Ford Performance, confirmed those two points.

While on the continent for a “final signoff” on the new Ranger Raptor, Jammoul took the time to answer some questions regarding the next-generation Mustang.

He confirmed that the automobile will be released in 2023 and that it will have a V-8 engine. According to reports, Jammoul also stated that Ford is “absolutely looking at” an electrified Mustang.

The Australian publication also claims that the next-generation Mustang would not be available with a manual transmission, which will undoubtedly anger Mustang fans.

However, given our understanding of Jammoul’s statements, the stick-shift option will be phased out over time rather than removed entirely.

"You know, it'll ultimately be phased out, right?" Jammoul told Wheels about it. "But it'll go around as long as there's a market for it and buyers still want that higher-performing feel…."

We’ve heard very little about the incoming seventh-generation Stang other from this recent report. However, images of heavily disguised prototypes have circulated the internet since mid-January.

According to our photographer, they’re not dissimilar to our previous spy photographs, but these new images look like a convertible with a soft-top roof.

This test mule is likely a high-performance model based on the wheel design and brake setup. It also had the sound of Ford’s four-cylinder EcoBoost engine rather than the 5.0-liter V-8’s characteristic growl.

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