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It’s Finally Here!: 2024 Seventh-Generation Ford Mustang Review

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For weeks, Ford has been building high expectations for the seventh-generation 2024 Mustang. Now, it has finally been presented in great detail

The Detroit Auto Show became one of the most anticipated events of the year. Great vehicles and novelties have been exhibited in the city of Michigan, where much of the attention of the event has been taken by Ford thanks to its new Mustang.

At the moment the price of the Ford Mustang 2024 is unknown
At the moment the price of the Ford Mustang 2024 is unknown. Photo : Ford Motor Company

Finally, the seventh-generation Ford Mustang 2024 was 100% revealed after several weeks of expectations created by the North American manufacturer. Without a doubt, fans of this legendary model were eagerly awaiting to know what this new car is all about.

The first thing to note is how Ford describes the Mustang: “the most exhilarating and fun to drive yet.”

Aesthetically lets know that it is a Ford Mustang. The characteristic shape of the car highlights the hood, slightly inclined to create downforce with a ventilation grille for the engine, maintaining the essence of the legendary model.

The front grille has a rather striking internal “honeycomb” design, surrounded by the body in a semi-rectangular shape. The headlights are minimalist yet attractive through a three-row linear design.

The doors denote aggressive lines to generate lift, directing the air towards the rear. Precisely, the rear area of ​​the car stands out for having a spoiler with a minimum height but sufficient to fulfill its function perfectly.

The windshield and roof area have been combined to convey an airplane cockpit appearance when viewed from the side of the 7th generation 2024 Ford Mustang.

Mechanically it does not disappoint, as the vehicle has been equipped with two powerful engine variants. The most aggressive is a turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 with manual or automatic transmission, billed as having the “most naturally aspirated horsepower of any Mustang GT.”

On the other hand, there is a simpler version that provides: an all-new turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost V4 power unit.

“Investing in another generation of Mustang is a great statement at a time when
many of our competitors are getting out of the combustion vehicle business
internal,” says Jim Farley, CEO of Ford Motor Company.

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