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Old 02-15-2019, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by SamDoe1 View Post
They did exactly that in the F150...
What 00TL said, the average Mustang owner is more likely to tinker with their cars. I forgot about the F150 though, will be interesting to see.

If it happens and the prices are close (like they are on the F150) I don't see why not.
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They already have the engines & they're compatible with a RWD layout. Surely either would work with the existing trans available in the Mustang.
If they could do it & fit it in the middle of the I4-V8 price range, could be a winner.
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Yeah, with that said I feel like there are good reasons why they gave the F150 an Ecoboost V6 and not the Mustang.
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Bullits are cool.

Automatic Mustangs miss the point.

Bet the 4-door is also offered as a Lincoln.
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Originally Posted by Costco View Post
Yeah, with that said I feel like there are good reasons why they gave the F150 an Ecoboost V6 and not the Mustang.
No one cares that the V6TT is more powerful, easily modded, and a better all around engine though. If someone wants the V8 because V8 nothing is going to change their mind regardless of what engines are on offer. That said, the new GT even omits the V8 of old in exchange for a massively powerful V6TT, same with the Raptor. Wouldn't surprise me to see the Mustang have the same option.
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https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/15/...ustang-teaser/

Ford drops an electric blue Mustang teaser on Tesla's festivities






Just as Tesla's scheduled Model Y reveal kicked off, Ford (the company Elon Musk said killed his S-E-X-Y naming scheme by blocking the Model E name) had something to show the people. It didn't provide any details at all, but this curiously-colored Mustang logo looks like a hint of electrification coming to one of the few cars Ford still makes.

It could be a nod to the Mach 1 / "Mach-E" electric performance SUV due in 2020 with a name hijacked from a famous Mustang, something related to a hybrid Mustang that's in the works, or maybe both?

Ford confirmed to Autoblog that a hybrid Mustang is set for release in 2020, showed off a coupe with a similarly-colored logo in one of its ads and could enhance its "EcoBoost" turbocharged engines by adding some batteries. With the speedy Model Y slated to go on sale in late 2020, the prospect of additional competition is an intriguing one.
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