2015 Ford Mustang to Look “Hot and Stunning”

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The 2015 Ford Mustang is probably the greatest automotive saga this year. Mostly because of its new design, which is rumored to become more european and less classic. Obviously, Ford is still mum on details and the whole thing is frustrating to say the least.
Spotted with heavy camouflage up until now, the next-gen pony remains a mystery, but more and more rumors regarding its style continue to surface onto the web. The latest news on the subject, which comes via Edmunds, reports that “automotive designers” close to Ford think the new Mustang will be “hot” and “stunning”.

"All I can tell you is that it looks great. It's all new and it's hot. You will know it is a Mustang. There is no question about that,” said Jack Telnack, former Ford global design boss. Retired since 1998, Telnack still makes frequent trips to the company’s headquarters in Dearborn and he has seen a full-sized scale model of the car.

"I have heard some great words like 'stunning’. This is coming from designers that are not even part of the team. They have seen the car from a distance and they are careful to not say what it is, exactly. To have a designer call someone else's design 'stunning' is pretty exciting,” designer Stewart Reed told Edmunds, adding that Ford also plans to put more emphasis on special-edition Mustangs.

We will find out if the 2015 Mustang is indeed stunning towards the end of the year, when some photos should leak before the vehicle’s unveiling takes place at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.

Story via Edmunds
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