The latest teaser for the 2024 Ford Mustang reportedly makes us groove on the best sound of the new pony car’s V8 engine. Although, the wait will be worth it as its unveiling is on September 14, which is quite near.
By watching the teaser, you can conclude that the new Mustang makes a mean sound. It has a muscular growl when accelerating, and you can hear a pop when the driver gets off the throttle.
At the end of the audio clip, the pony car, the Ford Mustang 2024, seems to be doing a tire-squealing acceleration run. However, the transferal sounds are capable of rapid shifts. Although, one of the teaser videos from January 2022 enables people to hear about the new V8-powered Mustang in the real world. And that one shows the impressively exhaustive sound, so it is sure to say that the production version had similarly mean noise.
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As per reports, the V8 in the next-gen Mustang is associated with the current 5.0-liter powerplant. Meanwhile, it’s not clear whether the power output is different, but the audio clips of the video suggested possible exhaust tuning to achieve a more aggressive sound.
Additionally, Ford explained that “a six-speed manual gearbox is available for the 2024 Mustang. An automatic choice is sure to be available, but we don’t have any info about this transmission yet.” Moreover, the 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder will also be available in the new Mustang. Furthermore, there are no details available about power output improvements.
Speculations are rife about Ford offering a hybrid version for the pony car’s new generation, as the reports suggest an electric motor would turn the front axle, and the combustion engine would spin the rear wheels.
Substantially, the result would be the first all-wheel-drive Mustang available from the factory. In terms of styling, spy shots tell us that the new Mustang retains the classic long-hood-short-rear-deck design as past generations. However, the styling for the nose might be more angular.
Meanwhile, Ford prepared to build a forecast for the new Mustang leading up to the vehicle’s arrival. There’s a cross-country drive from Tacoma, Washington, to Detroit, Michigan, with several classic examples of the pony car along for the trip.
Later on, there’s a shorter journey that the Blue Oval calls The Stampede on September 14 from the automaker’s headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan, to Hart Plaza in Detroit.