All-New Ford Mustang Haynes Ford Coming 2023


Coupe or Convertible?

The great American icon’s next chapter begins in Europe in late 2023. All-New Ford Mustang will offer a revitalised interior, muscular V8 engine and a host of next-generation connectivity features, plus refreshed design details on an unmistakably Mustang silhouette. Don’t get left behind, click below to follow the All-New Mustang journey.

The new coupe and convertible take Mustang’s athleticism to new heights, including upgraded hardware, software and tuning – plus a new Gen IV 5.0-litre V8 engine providing even greater response and performance.

Eye-Catching Display All-New Mustang Colour Range The all-new Mustang launches with 12 colour options including three new shades – eye-catching Blue Ember, Vapor Blue and Yellow Splash. Customers can also choose from Black or Red Brembo brake calliper colour options, all featuring the Mustang logo, plus a choice of two new 19-inch alloy wheel designs.
One Touch Access Convertible Freedom Mustang convertible continues its legacy of offering maximum open-air freedom. A simple, one-touch activation with a single-handle centre latch opens and closes the fully-lined and insulated fabric roof. The compact roof design and independent rear suspension also contribute toward substantial boot space that can accommodate up to two golf bags.
Heritage Inspired Head-Turning Design The low, horizontal brow across the front of the signature three-section bonnet aligns with new LED headlamps to create a more impactful front-end, influenced by the original 1960s design and is optimised for pedestrian protection. Its sleek roofline, broad sprinting stance and shortened rear overhang are also true to the authentic proportions of the first-generation, while the widened rear haunches point to the power over the wheels in true Mustang style.
User Enhancement Cockpit Ambience Mustang’s fully customisable cockpit clusters and interior ambiance start up in copper and dark colours, in a similar theme used for the Mustang Mach-E SUV, and can be entirely user-configurable. Cluster displays and ambient interior lighting can be configured in the customer’s chosen tones
New and Improved Digital Instrument Cluster Behind the new, thicker, flat-bottomed steering wheel sits a 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster, which can be customised to display different designs, and new, customisable, Drive Mode-dependent clusters, fresh for the new model.
Modernised New Technologies Including Speed Sign Recognition, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go functionality, Lane Centring Assist, Evasive Steer Assist, Reverse Brake Assist and a key feature is Active Pothole Mitigation.