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The Ford Mustang GT has always been some kind of border between muscle car and sports car. With its exterior design that exhales muscle-car-aggressiveness through each and every element, but with the shape and aerodynamics of a sports coupe, the identity of the GT has never been fully established. But maybe that’s not a bad thing.
The fascia has been redesigned in comparison with the 2012 model. The enormous (even larger now) grille with the uncentered horse badge still dominates the front and adds plenty of aggressiveness to the design. This grille is framed by HID headlamps. There are also two LED strips, and LED fog lights mounted on the grille.
The wheels are 17-inchers, but 19-inch rollers can be added as an option. According to Ford, there are 12 different wheel designs to choose from (so an extra point for customization capability). The side-view mirrors feature LED projection that present a running horse (a nice touch some might add).
The rear looks very futuristic thanks to the new rear lights. The large, round GT badge is in the center, right below an LED strip used as a stop-light. Above is the spoiler, that apart from enhancing the car’s drag coefficient, it also improves the overall look.
As we said before, the car is categorized as a muscle car, but it contains elements from a coupe as well. The low, aerodynamic body reminds of a two door, high-performance sports coupe.
More information on the 2013 Ford Mustang G is in articles to come.