I'd agree...all it takes is one look at that new Jaguar, also why can't Ford have two sports cars? Keep the "retro" design and newer rolled out as another classic name "Cougar?", how about another T bird?
Personally I'm looking more and more at that new Scion..small, quick, tuned, great revving mpg 4 banger, 6spd and best of all it's around 25K...tons of parts coming for it? Sounds more like a Mustang than the Mustang, not to mention I'll bet the new Stang will look eerily like it...just bigger, just like 94 when everyone thought "oh no, it's a Celica"...nothing ever changes folks
its a simple matter of, nobody was hardly buying the 2011+. not in the numbers they needed to to support an entire factory to it. especially with milennials. they just weren't interested in the retro look.
theyre a business, they need to turn a profit. the simple fact of the matter is, if the majority of people out there wanted the retro look mustang, they would have bought one instead of genesis coupes, Camaros, and brz's
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