2015 Ford Mustang HD Wallpapers: Riding the Wind of Change

During a human's lifetime, changes occur as the individual matures. Sometimes new features and traits show up as a direct response to a significant event, but usually shifts in personality and vision are strongly connected to the path each of us chooses. We found the same principle in the 2015 Ford Mustang, during our encounter with the now-global pony car.
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Unlike humans, cars don't change by themselves. Carmakers do that, and the Mustang is one example. It needed 50 years to cross the ocean and set foot in Europe, a move that Ford had to back up with solid arguments, both in terms of technology and appearance.

Design-wise, the Mustang is still a Mustang. And there isn't a single inch of that outer shell we don't love. Sure, global expansion means more types of clients to satisfy, which explains the added dose of athleticism received by the pony car. It suits it well, and Europeans should appreciate it. I mean, why wouldn't they, when the Mustang is deceptively easy to spot in a sea of Volkswagens, Audis and BMWs.

On the inside, Ford needed to up their game. They did, but only compared to the previous generation. There's a lot to improve in the cabin, but the overall taste still has a lot to do with the icon status of the Mustang in America. But la pièce de résistance is yet to be discussed.

For a proper pony car, the V8 is a must. Sure, the Mustang had to adapt, and there's also a V6 only for the US, and a new 2.3-liter EcoBoost unit for both Europe and America. The EcoBoost does an excellent job in animating the Stang in calm and relaxed driving conditions, but the five-oh vee-eight is what you want. I mean, you could steal $100 or $1 million, and to the same time in jail. So why settle for less?

After our close encounter with the 2015 Ford Mustang in both Fastback GT and Convertible guises, we could conclude that core values will never vanish in the Mustang. They lived to see six generations, and they'll live to see twelve, there's no doubt about that. You can read all about this and more in our full review, available here.
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