The iconic Ford Mustang will return to Australia after almost 50 years. According to the Herald Sun, the muscle car will be available in the Outback starting 2016, the same year Ford will end its Australian manufacturing.
Ford will announce the good news on August 13, but it will probably take a while longer until more details are revealed. According to our source, Ford Australia is likely to import only the V8-engined performance models and not the turbocharged four-cylinder versions.
The 2015 Ford Mustang will be unveiled some time next year, either at the Detroit Auto Show or the New York Auto Show, with production to commence later in 2014.
Few details are known about the 2015 Mustang’s design, which is supposed to become more European and less classic. Besides the new turbo four-potter, the next-gen pony will also gain an independent rear suspension.
Story via HeraldSun