Is this Mustang prototype the next-gen Mach 1? Intake: Ford's busy testing the next-gen Mustang, expected to debut in March of 2023, and the latest spy photos suggest higher-performance models are already getting street time. This heavily disguised prototype could be the next Mach 1, and here's why: First, and most obviously, Ford's benchmarking it [...] https://www.hagerty.com/media/news/the-manifold/2022-05-19/
AWD Mustang suddenly makes that a viable all-year commuter for me.
I had a 2005 Mustang as a fresh-used vehicle and it was a blast. I took care of it and garaged it from our salty and snowy winters.
Now I look at late model vehicles as a thing to use up rather than make last. I'm not interested in dealing with 20 year old touchscreen dashboards (down the road). I also live in a more-remote location and actually do need AWD or 4WD for part of the year.
A devoted loyal fan of Ford powered Cobra’s, GT40’s, Pantera’s and Tigers for what feels like forever should I now give up on an all NEW Ford powered mid-engine sports car with 500+ Hp when the only new Fords on the horizon are rehashed Mustangs or electric Lightenings or just buy a C8? Yea I know the answer but just saying’ Flame suit on! 😂
I had an Ecoboost Mustang as a daily driver. The addition of AWD would have been great, as I do occasionally get snow where I live. Sadly, as great as it was on long commutes (usually mid 30’s MPG), I had to trade it in for something that could handle the weather year round.