2024 Ford Mustang photos leaked online

The next-generation Mustang is slated to launch next year, likely with electrified powertrain options.


The next-generation sports car is set to go into production early next year as an evolution of the current model.

Although it doesn’t look significantly different from the car it replaces, new images reveal slim LED headlights and new air intakes – as well as a grille with a larger 3D effect than the one fitted to its predecessor.



The black car below looks like an entry-level four-cylinder EcoBoost version – given its smaller wheels and air intakes – while the silver car (above) is likely a higher-spec version.

These elements show what appears to be a 12.3-inch digital assembly behind the steering wheel, and a center-mounted 13.2-inch infotainment screen on the dashboard.



Many of the current car’s physical switches have been replaced in favor of the infotainment system controls.

Performance specs for the new model are poor so far on the ground, but electrified powertrain options are expected to be offered for the first time.

International media reports indicate the possibility of hybridization of the four-cylinder turbocharged 2.3-liter and 5.0-liter V8 in some markets.



The six-speed manual transmission and the 10-speed automatic transmission will likely be retained as the only transmission option.

The 2024 Ford Mustang is set to go into production early next year, with pricing announced as its launch date approaches.

While the Australian launch has not been confirmed, the Mustang is currently the domestically best-selling sports car.



In 2021, 2,827 car models were reported to be sold in Down Under – starting at $52,590 before on-road costs for the entry-level variant.

William Davis

William Davis has written for Drive since July 2020, covering news and current affairs in the auto industry. It has maintained a primary focus on industry trends, autonomous technology, electric vehicle regulations, and local environmental policy. As the latest addition to the Drive team, William is brought on board for his attention to detail, writing skills and strong work ethic. Despite writing for a variety of outlets – including the Australian Financial Review, Robb Report and Property Observer – since completing his media degree at Macquarie University, William has always been fond of cars.

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