A modified 2.3-litre version of the 2.0-litre unit found in the Focus ST will power the European Mustang
Insiders reckon the modified engine will give the Mustang around 300bhp
The car is due on sale in Europe in 2015
Enthusiasts await the next incarnation of Ford's icon
Ford has already promised that the car will be made available in right-hand drive
Much of the car is still heavily disguised
The roofline is particularly disguised, perhaps hinting at major changes
The car was spotted testing in America
The next-generation Ford Mustang has been spotted testing in America.
The Mustang, due on sale in 2015, was spied in an early stage of testing and heavily camouflaged. In partcular the roofline is heavily covered, perhaps hinting at significant changes to the current roof design.
Ford has already promised that the next incarnation of its iconic Mustang will be available with right-hand drive, satisfying UK enthusiasts who have called for such a move for years.
A modified 2.3-litre version of the 2.0-litre unit found in the Focus ST will power the European Mustang range. Insiders think the modified version of the engine will endow the Mustang with around 300bhp.