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The next-generation Ford Mustang will be released soon. However, aside from the teasers, we still don’t have any definite details about the model’s design.
Having said that, there are a lot of speculative renderings floating around the internet. We have one based on the spy shots here at Autobizz, but another version from YouTube user Charles Cronley is a little different. It’s in video form, and it purports to show a speculative rendering of the next-generation model of the world’s best-selling sports car parked on the street.
According to the video’s creator, he created the rendering using Blender, a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software, and leaked images, presumably from April. He then edited the video with an iPhone and Adobe After Effects.
To be fair, the video’s creator stated that he didn’t have any information about the sides, so the one in the video is from the current model.
Beyond speculations, Ford has already shared some concrete information about the 2024 Mustang based on the teasers that already came out.
For starters, the GT Performance badge on the trunk lid will be updated, while the pony emblem and the glorious V8 will remain in the next-generation model. The Stampede, a Ford-planned cruise from Blue Oval headquarters in Dearborn to downtown Detroit, will also include a costume contest for the “Best Stang Decade.”
The Stampede is an open invitation to Mustang owners, and it will serve as a prelude to the debut of the seventh generation. The launch will take place on September 14, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. EDT, as part of the 2022 North American International Auto Show.
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