Ford confirmed Wednesday (27) that the new Ford Mustang 2024 will be presented on September 14, during the Detroit Auto Show, in the United States.
The confirmation came via a post on Twitter by the CEO of the brand, Jim Farley. In addition to the release date, the executive gave another spoiler about the car while using #SaveManual, implying that the manual version will continue in production.
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The news of the presence of a manual transmission should please purists, as Ford had previously confirmed that the Mustang would keep the V8 engine without electricity.
The expectation is that in addition to the V8 engine, probably the current 5.0l, the option of the 2.3 liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine will also be maintained.
Among the rumors that will be answered on September 14 is the arrival of a hybrid version of the model with all-wheel drive, and an electric motor driving the front wheels. The new Mustang is expected to go into production in 2023.
Check out Jim Farley’s post: