Originally Posted by 2006_Sport
Agreed. I see a lot of younger people driving v6 mustangs (which I hate but I understand why they are made).
I think one of the strongest thing this new Mustang will have is engine options. Right now it's V6, V8, and supercharged V8, but the new Mustang is supposed to have, in its life, an I4T, a V6, a V6TT, a V8, and a V8TT. Tons of things they could pull off with that. A base model, a GT, an SVO, a Boss 302, a GT500, and that's just the start. A high-end V6TT model would certainly compete well in its segment, without displacing the V8 model- rumor is they're reworking the Coyote to make 500hp all motor.
It's hard for me to not get excited about this new Mustang. It's better than the one now, for pretty much the same price that I, as a college dropout, can afford!