Published: 21 Nov 2013

After months of speculation Ford have finally announced the sixth generation of the Mustang will be revealed on Thursday 5th December 2013.  To celebrate 50 years of the Mustang six cities across the globe will debut the new look Mustang including Detroit, Barcelona, Shanghai and Sydney.  

What can we expect?

As the first all-over redesign of the mustang since 2005, the new Mustang is expected to be lighter and more fuel efficient than ever before – the fifth generation Mustang delivered around 19 mpg in the city. Smaller engine options including a 2.3L EcoBoost is expected and well as the rip roaring Coyote 5.0L V8 engine that you would expect to  find under the bonnet of a muscle car.



From the limited images that have been released/leaked, we can expect a striking grille, flowing roof contours and smaller headlights. The rear should continue the flowing design and finish with an integrated spoiler and distinctive rear lights. Jim Farley Ford Global Marketing Executive Vice President commented “With a new design and greater refinement, world-class power and performance, plus innovative new technologies, the Mustang is ready for the next 50 years”.

Jennings Motor Group will be monitoring the all new Ford mustang 2014 launch and bring all the latest images and videos as the highly anticipated launch date gets closer. 

Ford Mustang Top Facts

The millionth Ford Mustang was produced at the Ford Plant in Flat Rock Michigan on the 49th anniversary of its launch.  

A staggering 500 movies have featured the Ford Mustang, starting in 1965 with the Bond classic Goldfinger.

Celebrity owners past and present include: President Bill Clinton, Charlie Sheen, car buff Jay Leno and rapper Eminem.

Ford Mustang over the years

As part of the build-up to the launch of the new Ford Mustang, Jennings Motor Group takes a nostalgic look back at the past 49 years and five generations of the American classic.


Ford Mustang 1st Generation 1964 - 1973


Ford Mustang 2nd Generation 1974 - 1978

Ford Mustang 3rd Generation 1979 - 1993

Ford Mustang 4th Generation 1994 - 2004

Ford Mustang 5th Generation 2004 - 2014

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