One week ago, Ford teases the ledge will flow from the pipelines of the seventh generation in 2024 Mustang. Stick to the back, Ford took to Facebook to share another teaser of what was to come. This one is even shorter and not as visceral; begins with a red hard suitcase with Mustang stripes and Ford Mustang upcoming trunk badge, slider closes on GT Performance badge close-up. There are two new aspects to this teaser: It’s placed like a recent Ford Performance badge, and it’s the first Mustang we can recall in recent memory to have the word “Performance” engraved. to the mass production icon.
2005 to 2010 Mustang GTs have similar emblems on their fenders – a continuous one-piece “G” and “T” with a full-length channel and no break marks between them. That style reappears on the Mustang’s fenders Shelby GT350 – a Ford Performance creation. Side note: One of the Shelby American logos is similar, a “C” and an “S.” channeled and connected.
The current Mustang GT offers a Performance Pack, but it cannot be identified by a special badge. The last time we saw a standard Mustang with such a unique identifier was Mustang EcoBoost 2020 with 2.3 liter High Performance package costs $4,995 and adds 20 hp and a bunch of performance mods. The question is whether a similar marking on the S650 ‘Stang will allude to the GT Performance Pack we’ve come to expect, or signify a standalone upgraded trim. Who knows, maybe it refers to rumor The 500-horsepower Mustang we’ve heard about.
Answers to this and more will begin appearing on September 14 at the Mustang Stampede event, where new car debut.