They may not release this car anymore due to Obama announcing the new MPG standards in 5 yrs... Being that the Avg of a car manufactures fleet has to be 39 MPG there may not even be mustangs in 5 yrs... :so
I dunno, unless theres new information on that we dont get much up here in the great white north eh!
IF the Coyote 5.0 survives review (I think the other variations intended for the truck line are also undergoing re-thinking because of the truncated amount of time before 38.5 mpg-time), it will VERY likely appear in another limited production model, probably something with the "Boss" name, imo. If that doesn't happen, it might be handed over to the Shelby boys for their use.
A lot depends on what happens with CAFE and EPA. The President has shown a willingness to use these agencies to create legislation all by himself, and he is intent on installing Cap and Trade tax penalties, too. THEY could really be tough on cars (think Gas Guzzler taxes running into the thousands of dollars for any cars not hitting 38.5mpg magik number). Even if Ford manages to sell millions of tiny Ka's, Fiestas and hybrids, getting the averages up to that sky-high number will be nearly impossible without chopping out the cars that "wreck the curve".