The designer (or designers) of Ford Mustang just brought the legendary stallion up to the pedestal with its 1960’s nostalgic appearance. First, Ford has brought back the appearance package from the 1967 Mustang—the hood-vent turn signals.
According to the sources, Mustang fans (most probably the old school lovers) have been requesting the carmaker to bring back the old time’s turn signals. Just so you know this feature was not only skin deep but bore great function during its prime. However, Ford would only give this to the current Mustang for appearance sake, nothing more.
Additionally, Ford also gives its 2016 Mustang model yet two of trim package from the legendary models, California Special and Pony. Endowed on the Mustang GT Premium is the 19-inch, ebony painted aluminum wheels; darkened taillight trims; and black-painted hood vents and mirrors. Peering inside, upholstery is made of micro suede and leather upholstery stitched in contrasting red stitches, dashboard plaque and door panel inserts. It also gets the signature strut tower brace (STB).
For avid fans of turbocharged models, the 2016 Mustang Ecoboost is available with the latest Pony pack. Trim package highlights chrome trimmings just around the windows, tri-bar grille, side stripes and 2 pairs of 19-inch polished wheels. Roof painting option is available in two: the classic ebony roof and racing stripes of silver or black.
Lastly, Ford presents the convertible Mustang GT that’s limited to manual transmission but gives a wide range of chassis upgrades. You will see the presence of the six –piston Brembo brake calipers at the front, thicker version of anti- roll bar at the rear side, and 19-inch, black staggered wheels among the upgrades.
There’s a lot more to wait for the 2016 Mustang models. As anticipated, these super stallions are about to hit the runway by the third quarter of this year (2015).