Ford’s 2015 Mustang might just be the best Mustang yet. With three engine options, a whole lot of horsepower and a lighter, sleeker design, the 2015 Mustang is already generating a lot of buzz in the automotive world. In our latest infographic, we’re breaking down the key information about the 2015 Mustang to show you how it stacks up against Ford’s competitors.
The 2015 Mustang is still the powerful American muscle car that auto fans love, but the new Mustang may also get better gas mileage than any other sports car on the market. Rumored to get 40 hw mpg, the Eco-Boost 2.3-liter 4 cylinder engine version of the 2015 ‘stang could minimize your carbon footprint and save you some money at the pump.
In addition to the Eco-Boost engine option, the new Mustang will also be available with two other engine variations. The standard 2015 Mustang will have a 3.7-liter V6 engine for more traditional Mustang fanatics. There will also be the 5.0 V8 “Coyote” engine for muscle car fans that really want some extra muscle.
Regardless of what engine option you choose, you can expect to get slightly better gas mileage than your current Mustang. Ford is said to have decreased the curb weight of the 2015 Mustang by as much as 400 lbs, making the new model lighter, faster and more fuel efficient. But there’s more to the 2015 Mustang than just great gas mileage.
The easiest way to recognize the 2015 Mustang is by its newly narrowed headlights that give the new model a serious, angry look. The car also sports several new hood vents, a spacious new chassis with independent rear suspension, and seamless side windows to complete its sleek, ferocious exterior design.
The interior of the new Mustang will look about the same as the current model and will have 84.5 cubic feet of passenger space. If the 2015 Mustang were a clown car, that would be enough space to fit 28 clowns. Talk about a ride with room inside.
Not only will the 2015 Mustang be more fuel efficient, sleeker and meaner — and have ample room for your friends or family — but it also won’t empty your wallet. The standard model of the new Mustang is rumored to be priced between $25,000 and $35,000. Compare that to the prices of the Charger, Camaro or Stingray, and the Mustang is your best bet for a great new car that doesn’t put a great big hole in your wallet.
Check out our Reveal of the 2015 Mustang infographic below, and tell us what you think in the comments section!