2024 Ford Mustang

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  • Overview

    A silver 2024 Ford Mustang GT is angled left.

    With the seventh generation of the Mustang now in full swing, there have been a number of noteworthy changes that have reshaped what to expect from the long-running nameplate. Ford has been producing the Mustang since 1965, and over the years, many iterations of the car have become icons. The 2024 model has been fully redesigned and is ready to join that list of icons. All new exterior changes, all new performance improvements, and all new interior updates help sculpt an entirely evolved experience with the 2024 Ford Mustang, making it a competitive sports car against segment rivals such as the Chevy Camaro, Toyota Supra, and Nissan Z.

    For 2024, you have six different trims to choose from: the base EcoBoost, the EcoBoost Premium, the GT, the GT Premium, the Dark Horse, and the Dark Horse Premium. This is an all-new trim lineup to accommodate the new powertrain offerings, which include new Coyote V8 configurations. They fit in well with the new architectural cues, highlighting what's being hailed as a heritage-inspired design language with a grille design that hearkens back to the first-generation Mustang, along with the signature fastback roofline and distinct yet refined lines along the side profile. The sporty silhouette is accentuated with a very modern front fascia featuring an all-new headlight design that accommodates an aerodynamic structure.

    The interior has also been reimagined and overhauled for Ford's premier pony car. An all-new infotainment stack is complemented by what Ford refers to as a fighter-jet-inspired cockpit with plenty of ergonomic displays and customizable digital readouts. This also includes all new operating systems with animated graphics based on the Unreal Engine and profiles that can be easily customized. New sports-inspired interior materials, Amazon Alexa support, and a robust sound system help add a lot of appeal to the two-door coupe or convertible that can seat up to four people across two rows.


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  • Performance

    A gray 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse is shown performing a burnout.

    Built for Speed

    The 2024 Ford Mustang has three distinct powertrains that provide it with peak performance within its segment. The base powertrain is the 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged inline four-cylinder, which makes 315 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. The EcoBoost is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The other two powertrains are of the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 variety. The V8 for the GT trims provides up to 486 hp and 418 lb-ft of torque. There is also the V8 Dark Horse configuration that provides 500 hp and 418 lb-ft of torque. The big sell for the Coyote V8 duo is that they are available with the 10-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual transmission for true sports car enthusiasts, giving you full control with automatic rev-matching.

    There have also been a number of other performance enhancements, including the addition of an electronic drift brake for those of you who want to take corners sideways. You even have the option of the special Performance Package that comes with a Torsen limited-slip differential for traction, a thicker sway bar, and stiffer springs. The Performance Package also features unique chassis tuning and a K-brace to reduce vibrations and chassis sway. To top off the package, you get wider wheels and tires for better grip.

    Electronic stability and traction control are also very important features of the 2024 Mustang that help manage the power output from the powertrain offerings. Enhanced suspension stiffness, reactive steering, and more all help give the Mustang a lot of viability both as a street car and as a race car. You also have multiple drive modes you can access to give you the best kind of control over the Mustang while you're on the road. This includes six different drive modes available for the 2024 Mustang trims that you can dynamically switch to on the fly. You have Normal, Sport, Slippery, Drag, Track, and a MyMode that you can customize to your liking.

  • Design

    A yellow 2024 Ford Mustang is shown parked on a track.

    Pony Car Style

    The exterior and interior design have both seen some major changes, with the heritage design language seen throughout the stylistic principles employed for the seventh-generation Mustang. This includes an all-new sportier front fascia featuring aerodynamic vents, an angular grille surround, and noticeably sportier headlights; the fascia also slightly changes for each of the trims, being sportier for the higher-end trims to accommodate the aerodynamics needed for higher speeds. Additionally, the LED lighting array is now headlined by a tri-bar headlamp design that gives the new Mustang a much more menacing look than the outgoing generation. You even have an all-new hood design with functional vent scoops.

    The rear fascia also retains the tri-bar LED light design, and the vehicle is equipped with a deck-lid spoiler to keep the profile for a low drag coefficient. There have also been changes to the side profile, with lines in the rear that mimic the heritage design of old. The fastback coupe can also be switched up for the convertible look, something that the Mustang has maintained as an optional configuration throughout its multiple generations on the market. The one-touch activation convertible roof is also made for quick accessibility with easy fold-down functionality.

    The Mustang continues the trend of providing plenty of room when it comes to storage capacity in the trunk. The seventh-generation Mustang offers 11.4 cu.ft. of cargo volume in the trunk with the convertible and 13.5 cu.ft. of space with the coupe. You also have different wheel sizes and designs depending on your preferences for style and handling, including 18-inch, 19-inch, and 20-inch options in a variety of patterns and finishes. One neat feature in particular is the all-new animated walk-up lights and Mustang splash screen. Another really cool feature is the remote engine rev ability, which is part of the added functionality of the key fob. It is a great way to make your presence known when you’re walking to your Mustang.

  • Convenience

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    A Tech-Rich Sports Car

    Comfort and convenience have always been staple features of the Mustang over the years, combining its trademark style with a wide assortment of interior cabin features that provide a rich and relaxing environment whether you're making a quick trip to the store or a long and winding cruise along the highway. For the 2024 model year, the two-door coupe or convertible sports car provides seating for up to four people. You have standard cloth seats but can upgrade with the available micro-suede inserts, or you can upgrade to a higher trim that comes with ActiveX synthetic leather. However, if you want to go for the full sports car interior look, you have the Recaro racing seats made available in the Performance Package.

    An available full-leather steering wheel with a flat-bottom racing-inspired design further brings out the track appeal of the Mustang, while the color-coordinated accented asymmetric stitching in the seatbelts helps bring the appeal of the seating and cabin together. There is also an entirely new center console design, which brings all new overhead USB ports to the table. The new Ford SYNC 4 infotainment suite is displayed on a 13.2-inch HD touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support. You have integrated Amazon Alexa functionality for Bluetooth wireless streaming and voice-activated commands, phone calls, text messaging, and navigation, as well as a customizable digital instrument cluster tucked behind a curved screen. Available wireless charging and Wi-Fi connectivity are also very welcomed features.

    The infotainment suite is rounded out with the available Bang & Olufsen multi-speaker audio system, all supported by the integrated Ford Power-Up system for over-the-air updates for all of the vehicle's compatible electronics. The Mustang also retains its wide array of safety features thanks to the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite, with advanced driver-assist tools such as Adaptive Speed Control with Stop & Go, a Lane-Keeping System with Lane Centering Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, and even Active Pothole Mitigation, which is available in the Performance Package. You also have active vehicle monitoring, service scheduling, and vehicle health updates available through FordPass, along with all of the remote features and functionalities that come with the accompanying smartphone app. It's the ultimate tech-rich sports car from Ford that doesn't aim to break the bank.

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