IAB Rendering – Next generation Ford Mustang headed to India

Posted on: Sep 6, 2013 - 5:55pm IST

The next generation 2015 Ford Mustang is being developed as we speak. While we have shown you many renderings of the legendary muscle car in the past, this rendering comes from Indian Autos Blog’s Shoeb!

2015 Mustang
The 2015 Mustang will be made in left hand drive and right hand drive trims.

Apart from its aggressive stance and the huge grille, the next generation Mustang also celebrates the brand’s 50th anniversary. To commemorate this, a special edition of the next gen model would be released during its launch. It is rumored to be called the 2014.5 (2014 and-a-half) edition. While this edition may not be heading to India, the regular Mustang might!

Yes, you read that right. Autocar India reports that the next gen Mustang, which would be made in right hand drive trim, could be seen at your neighborhood Ford dealership.

2014.5 Mustang 50th anniversary
Mustang will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a ‘2014.5 edition’.

The report says that Ford is evaluating the feasibility of launching the muscle car in India. Even if Ford India is not targeting any specific volume, the Mustang would be a great brand builder for Ford. Currently, Ford India’s flagship product happens to be the Endeavour, which is also headed for a replacement soon.

Though the Mustang is available in coupe and convertible body styles, we do not know which model would come to India, if at all there are such plans. If the Mustang retains its American pricing of about 22,000 USD when it moves to the next generation, we expect it to be priced at INR 30 lakh in India.

[News source – Autocar India]

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5 thoughts on “IAB Rendering – Next generation Ford Mustang headed to India

  1. […] offer the Mustang with a right hand drive option which leads to the interesting possibility of it launching in India as a flagship or halo […]

  2. This is great news. I really think that the Mustang could do well in this market. I’m honestly surprised that it has taken this long.

  3. k s pradeep says:

    one fact which hurts is that not a single muscle or the true american blooded car was in sight from the past 2 decades since the arrival big daddies from USA ,and now after the announcement from the Chrysler it ‘s turn of The Ford not only the mustang they should even think of launching The Probe,Taurus and the Bigger Expedition.So when would be the turn of the Corvette and Cadillac’s shall we expect them at the earliest

  4. Ashish says:

    Can anyone please explain why a 22000 USD car becomes 50lakh rupees when arriving in India ? Even at full duty (200%) and today’s xchange rate it should cost 50lakh?

    Thanks for reply

    1. Dear Ashish, thanks for pointing that out, we made an error, its 30 lakh rupees.


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