2023 Ford Mustang Since Ford is the official manufacturer of supercars, after the launch of the road version, priority will be given to new racing models.
But there’s a small problem: As we all know, Supercars will introduce Gen3 rules next year.
This means that the new Mustang will be included in the S550 version of next season’s Gen3 supercar and the Gen3 S650 in 2023. The chassis. , Compared to existing future Gen2 cars/vehicles.
both will be modified on the same chassis, such as the transition from the Falcon FG to the FGX in 2015, or the transition from the FGX to the current Mustang in 2019.
Any changes will still require the VCAT process to homologate the aerodynamics, with the total cost and effort required for the switch largely depend on how different the Mustang S650 is.
Doubling is also still completely avoidable, if true that Gen3 rules will be delayed until 2023.
Even so, there was concern over the regulation. The teams were worried that the project would be behind schedule. There is also uncertainty regarding key elements of the new car, including engine specifications and supply.
Supercars are scheduled to meet with 11 teams on Tuesday (11/5/2021), in a bid to explain the Gen3 rules, the result of which could still delay regulation for another two years.
That is likely to be a last resort, although the championship has insisted that the rules will be implemented as planned.
There has also been discussion that the start of the 2022 season could be postponed to help reduce pressure on the team during the off-season, although this has been denied by Supercars.
Ford is currently the only manufacturer fully involved in Supercars, having returned to the championship in 2019.
2023 Ford Mustang Review
A new Ford Mustang is on the way. This could be the first Mustang to come with a hybrid V8 engine and four-wheel drive. Read on for full details.
- New Ford Mustang spotted
- V8 engine maintained
- Four-wheel drive possible
- Expected to be sold in 2023
- Possible hybrid version possible
The next Ford Mustang has been spotted in prototype form. Alternatives such as the Toyota Supra, Jaguar F-Type, BMW M4, and Mercedes-AMG C63 may lose their signature rear-wheel-drive layout in favor of a four-wheel-drive system that is grippier when walking. for sale sometime in 2023.
The prototype car in this image comes with the same body as the existing Ford Mustang as this particular test car was used to evaluate the mechanical components of the next Mustang. When the new car is revealed, it will likely take inspiration from the recently launched Mustang Mach-E electric car.
It’s likely the new Mustang will retain its familiar two-door coupe shape, but there’s a good chance the gaping front grille could make way for something sleeker and more modern. It still has some form of a gasoline engine under the hood so it won’t be completely grille less like the Mach-E (shown above), but you can bet it’ll look very different from today’s cars.
2023 Ford Mustang Preview
According to Michigan-based website FordAuthority.com, the highly anticipated 2023 Ford Mustang will be an updated version of the existing model, rather than a completely redesigned design.
While there may be new sheet metal parts on the front and back, the S650 series Mustang slated to arrive before the end of 2022 will retain the basic body structure, interior trim, roof, and doors of the current, fifth-generation model. S550 Mustang has started production. in 2014.
also has a 6.8-liter variant, rumored to be a V8 hybrid. According to an article by Motor1, a CAA spokesperson was quoted as saying that Windsor Power will return to the series and join the 5.0 engine today. Ride a Coyote V8.
Unifor president Jerry Diaz mentioned that this includes the 6.8-liter engine that will be used in “the Mustang and F150 derivatives.”
This is good news for Australian Mustang fans, because this way, even under changing circumstances, the previously wildly successful formula will continue. Of course, it can be guaranteed to continue to produce while driving on the right side. Almost certainly true. At the end of this decade.
However, the flipside suggests that the 2023 Mustang will be a pretty old car by the time a completely new version arrives, perhaps sometime in 2030, and possibly with a completely redesigned and re-engineered platform underneath.
Speculation until now had pundits believing that the 2023 Mustang might switch to a variation of Ford’s CD6 architecture – a rear-engined elongated drive (with optional all-wheel) scalable component that underpins the latest Explorer and associated large Lincoln Aviator. SUVs in North America.
Overseas reports from a few months ago described CD6 as ‘a set of building blocks. Encompassing an engine bay, suspension module, axle-to-firewall structure, and dashboard height components, all intended to be interchangeable with a variety of bodies, powertrains, electrical hardware, and interior parts, to create a variety of different vehicle shapes and sizes.
Now, while CD6’s “some elements” may end up in the 2023 Mustang, a complete move to new basics most likely won’t happen until the next new version appears after the end of the decade.
Given the current age of the Mustang S550 platform, this turn of events should come as no surprise to anyone, as it has evolved from the previous-generation version of the S197 – not officially sold in Australia – which was announced in 2004. In turn, the car is based on the DEW98 architecture seen under the 1998 Lincoln LS, 1999 Jaguar S-Type, 2002 Ford Thunderbird, and most recently the original Jaguar XF from 2008 to 2015.
The Ford-designed CD6 could cover a variety of vehicles of different sizes, including cars and small SUVs, to replace the Explorer/Aviator, but won’t cover the next Mustang for now.
As we reported in August, a production Mustang in 2023 is expected to be produced later in 2022, so the chances of reaching Australia in early 2024 are slim. It has an eight-year design life (like the S550) and is claimed to have undergone a minor facelift in the 2026 model year.
Although the frame of the Blue Oval Pony Car is still the same as it is today, the cockpit has been completely redesigned. From the very beginning, promised to improve quality, made great progress in technical knowledge, and hope to provide better functions this time.
No one said whether it would be the work of the Ford Australia-based team in Melbourne.
It’s also a game of guessing whether the S650 Mustang will re-launch with a turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine in line with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost unit found in today’s Mustangs. A V6 in petrol and hybrid guise might materialize, while the flagship 5.0-liter V8 in regular and hybrid set-ups has also been mooted over the past few months – on top of the heady 6.8-liter engine rumors.
Don’t overlook some of the stylistic details and design motifs inside and outside Ford’s other Mustang, the Mach-E EV SUV launched in North America and other parts of the world except Australia. As we’ve said in the past, only the iconic badge is shared with the Fastback and Convertible S550/S660, as it actually stems from the development of the brand’s C2 platform (the latest Focus, Escape, and upcoming Bronco Sport SUV, among others) dubbed the GE1.
The 2023 Mustang’s massive rework of parts of the existing platform rather than being all-new should have been foreseen by industry watchers, even though the current model has held the title of the world’s most popular sports car for the past half-decade.
It only makes sense to just follow one of two paths that most sports car makers are following today – both a heavy redesign as witnessed by the recently launched Subaru BRZ and the upcoming Toyota 86 twin as well as the Nissan 2002 Z33 350Z / 2009 Z34 370Z. The Z-derived Proto concept (highly rumored to be known as the Z35 400Z), or collaboration sports car, fits the 2019 BMW Z4 and its Toyota Supra cousin.
2023 Ford Mustang Rumors
Expected to debut in the fall of 2022, the fan base is already full of rumors and speculation about what the next-generation Mustang will bring. It is said that the service life of the new model is 8 years, from 2023 to 2030.
The seventh-generation Mustang, the S650, as confirmed by Ford’s engineering job listing published on LinkedIn. Although the page was quickly deleted, fans are already using their codename to refer to the next generation of ponies. There is very little specific information left, but here are some of the main rumors and expectations.
The Mustang S650 is expected to use the CD6 platform version. It’s a rear-wheel-drive architecture that kicked off in 2020 with the redesigned Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator.
There are two reasons why fans are worried. First of all, no: “We don’t want the Mustang and the crossover to share the same platform.” Second, customers found that the introduction of these two models caused many manufacturing and manufacturing problems.
But in general, the CD6 is a good rear-wheel-drive platform, leaving enough room for the big engine upfront. Just because the crossover is big doesn’t mean the Mustang can’t stay small.
In the past, the Fox platform was also used in older four-door cars and pickup trucks. Also, from the Aviator’s point of view, there could be a very powerful hybrid system. The Lincoln Hybrid SUV has a power of 494 horsepower. And 634 lb-ft of torque, more horsepower than any Mustang other than the S550 GT500.
Hybrid and electric models won’t win. Allegedly, there will be a V8 variant with a rear-wheel drive and a manual gearbox. The idea of a super-powered 4WD hybrid is also great. MagneRide’s stunning landing gear might still be an option.
2023 Ford Mustang Powertrain
The S650 Mustang may have some new engines. Assume that the 3.5 V6 EcoBoost can be used on both traditional and hybrid platforms. The Mustang hybrid seemed possible in 2020, but now the S650 seems to be possible.
The 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost in the new Bronco is another option, but less likely for the Mustang. Below are some of the possible engine options for the new S650 powertrain.
- 3.5 EcoBoost Twin-Turbo V6
- 3.5 EcoBoost Twin-Turbo V6 Hybrid
- 5.0 Coyote V8
- 2.3 EcoBoost Turbo I4
- 2.7 EcoBoost Turbo V6
2023 Ford Mustang Hybrid V8
Ford plans to produce about 18 hybrid vehicles by 2022, and the next-generation Mustang will likely be equipped with a hybrid V8. A patent filed by Ford in 2017 shows a hybrid car equipped with a V8 engine driving the rear wheels and two engines, one for each front wheel. Such a design could debut as a replacement for the new Mustang.
This arrangement will make the new car not only the first hybrid Ford Mustang but also the first all-wheel-drive Mustang since its launch in 1964. The move will mirror the latest BMW M3 and M4 models. The first model is equipped with the BMW xDrive all-wheel-drive system.
However, like the car, the new Ford Mustang will likely also provide a simpler full rear non-hybrid V8 configuration. (And the strictest Euro 6d emission standards), which means that this version is not available in Europe or the UK.
Ford may also decide to develop a replacement for the current 2.3-liter four-cylinder Mustang Ecoboost model, which could see the addition of a hybrid drive system to help improve fuel economy and reduce CO2 emissions.
2023 Ford Mustang Spyshot
We were able to take a few snaps of what appears to be a very early test mule for the next-generation Ford Mustang (S650).
Obviously based on the current S550 Mustang GT, this prototype wears light camouflage on the front along with various parts from the current Mustang variants: the lower splitter and side skirts of the new Mach 1, dual-ended dual exhausts are an option on the GT and EcoBoost models, while the wheels are from Mach 1 Handling Pack.
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of this test mule is the implementation of the rear brakes: while the “standard” Mustang GT has small rear calipers mounted at the “rear” of the rotor, this mule places much larger calipers at the “front”. the end of the rotor, with the little parking brake at the “back”.
This configuration is not seen on any model or variant of the Mustang S550. Our sources hint that this new brake setup could be attributed to AWD, as similar brake settings can be seen on the AWD GT Charger, BMW M850i, Infiniti Q50 Red Sport, and others.
A set of wires entering the cab from each wheel suggests data collection. And based on the engine and exhaust notes we heard while shooting, this model may have a 5.0L Coyote V8 under the hood.
All of this suggests we’re looking at an early mule (presumably AWD) for the next-gen Mustang, which is expected for the 2023 model year.
2023 Ford Mustang Release Date
The new Ford Mustang likely won’t arrive in early 2022, or it might arrive in 2023 before you can go to the dealership to buy it.
2023 Ford Mustang Price
The addition of hybrid technology to the new Mustang will definitely make the new car more expensive than the previous model. The entry-level four-cylinder hybrid Mustang is priced at around 40,000 pounds, while the V8 model costs around 50,000 pounds.