Selasa, 09 September 2008

Spied: 2010 Ford Mustang Convertible/Shelby GT500

The 2010 Ford Mustang continues to be seen with less and less camouflage as its launch date sometime during the coming auto show circuit approaches. Most recently, a barely-disguised prototype was captured on camera by a sharp-eyed novice. A similarly undisguised prototype of a new Shelby GT500 Convertible was caught testing as well by the veteran shooters at KGP photography.

What can be gleaned from these latest shots are new headlights with integrated amber lights and more rounded taillights in less blocky front and rear ends. While the retro style is definitely still there, the 2010 Mustang is more refined and modern looking than the 2005 design.

The Shelby gets more pronounced front end changes than the regular Mustang, featuring a larger hood bulge to accommodate what should be a supercharged V-8 (the current car has a blown 5.4-liter on board), revised hood ducts, and possibly fender vents -- a design touch currently en vogue at the Blue Oval.
The interior will get some subtle updates as well, which can be seen HERE. These include new air vents, new gauges, and a new steering wheel, but so far Ford has been able to keep a tight lid on all engine information.

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