The new Ford Mustang will still have the historic V8

The new Ford Mustang will still have the historic V8

With the debut of the new Mustang, officially announced for September 14, Ford is working hard to create hype for the 7th generation Mustang. A more than understandable situation for a company that has been operating in the sector for 120 years and makes Mustang one of its spearheads. We had anticipated that Ford would keep the mighty V8, which we could test on the Mach-1, even on the seventh generation but the news was smoky and uncertain. A few months later, it is therefore nice to see how Ford has presumably kept its promises. We use the word "presumably" as there is no mathematical certainty yet, but the teaser posted by Ford on his Twitter account does not leave too much room for the imagination.

The teaser, if you haven't already stopped read to listen to the clip, it is an audio track of the new Mustang's V8 engine in acceleration. Show a slightly updated Mustang logo first and then the release date. But what will the new Mustang be like?

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The debut is now near and if you are in America you will be able to see it live at the Detroit Auto Show, otherwise Ford will also broadcast the event in live streaming on its social media platforms.

Get ready to feel. 9.14.2022. #MustangStampede #FordMustang

- Ford Mustang (@FordMustang) August 29, 2022