On Wednesday, the Blue Oval unveiled the seventh-generation Mustang.
The new Mustang adheres to the same basic design language that it has had for nearly 60 years.
But Ford gave the next-generation model a more modern, chiseled look.
That includes slimmer LED headlights…
…and sharp, angled taillights to match.
The 2024 Mustang will be available with two updated engine options.
There’s a beefy 5.0-liter V8 that Ford says is the most powerful of its kind ever offered in the Mustang.
It’s offered with the option of a six-speed manual transmission, a dying breed these days.
Buyers who don’t need as much speed can opt for the 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder.
Each has its own distinctive look, with the more powerful Mustang GT offering larger air intakes and a hood vent.
Drivers can choose from several driving modes for different conditions and moods: Normal, Sport, Slippery, Drag and Track.
Other new additions include a “remote reverse” feature, which allows owners to rev their engine using a button on the key fob.
That way, homeowners can disturb neighbors from the comfort of their own home.
Ford is also introducing an “Electronic Drift Brake,” designed for owners to practice drifting. It is available with the optional Performance Pack. It is designed to look like a traditional parking brake.
Like previous generations, the new Mustang will be available as a convertible.
Inside, owners get a 12.4-inch digital instrument cluster that Ford says can be customized to display different animations.
As an option, buyers can get a 13.2-inch main touchscreen that is angled toward the driver.