I don't know. I agree for the most part that it really seems to steal several design looks form several other cars. Every time I look at the small side window it reminds me of the Nissan GTR.
The fusion similarities that everyone points out I also agree with. I think most people are hit or miss on that one. They either support the unified look or they think the mustang should be out there on it's own in terms of design. I can see reasons for both.
I do however think it still has a mean look from the front even with the squinting headlights, just like the fusion. I also like that the interior is going to get an upgrade.
The rear I can't decide on. I need to see real pictures of it and probably a youtube video to make my decision on that.
Otherwise this is a mustang. I'm sure most people didn't like the fox body when it came out, but they wanted that 5.0 and because that 5.0 was bad***. So this is still a mustang and still a muscle car and still a pony car.
- Rear seats no one can fit in, CHECK
- Cheaper than the euro cousins, CHECK
- Looks sporty, CHECK
- Lots O' power, CHECK
- tons of options, CHECK
If I wanted a mustang with all of the nice toys and planned on making it a DD then the 2015 would be my choice. But I want the retro look and that is making me stick with the 2014 even with all of its faults (in comparison to the 2015).
Also the IRS is a nice upgrade too. Worth a few more bucks in my opinion
2014 Mustang GT 400A 6spd, Deep Impact Blue, Track Pack, Recaro Leather, Rear View Camera
Ordered:12/04/13 VIN: 12/10/13 Window Sticker Online: 12/19/13 Scheduled: 02/16/14 Built: 01/14/14 Original ETA: 01/13/14 Home: 01/29/14