New Generation Ford Mustang Details Revealed | Daily News Byte

New Generation Ford Mustang Details Revealed

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  • The Mustang is currently in its seventh generation.

  • Get a 5-litre, naturally aspirated V8 available in two states of tune – 507PS and 487PS.

  • The Turbocharged 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine produces 319PS and 475Nm.

  • Global deliveries will begin around March 2023.

Remember when Ford unveiled the seventh-generation Ford Mustang in September, and claimed it would get the most powerful iteration of the naturally aspirated Coyote V8 but didn’t reveal specs at the time? Well, the deets have now spilled out and that claim turns out to be true.


Starting at the top of the Mustang range, the 5.0-litre, naturally aspirated V8 unit found in the Dark Horse variant is the most powerful unit to power a stock Mustang, pumping out 507PS (20PS more than before) and 567Nm .

It achieves the power figure through a bunch of updated components, including a uniquely balanced crankshaft and forged piston connecting rods – the latter borrowed from the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. Upgraded engine components allow for an extended operation around its 7500rpm redline.


The same unit in the standard Mustang GT produces 487PS and 563Nm. It gets an optional active-valve performance exhaust system that boosts its power to 493PS and 567Nm, accompanied by a boost in sound.

Last but not least, the Mustang EcoBoost offers an affordable proposition in the Mustang range with a turbocharged 2.3-litre four-cylinder EcoBoost engine with 319PS and 475Nm. An optional active-valve performance exhaust system is also available on this engine, although it only boosts the soundtrack here and not the output.

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The new generation Mustang will go on sale in the global markets from around March 2023. As for India, there is no news about if and when the new generation Pony car will arrive on our shores, but we hope Ford has us on board with its plans .

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