Report: 2014 Ford Mustang To Come With Non-Retro Design For Its 50th Anniversary

by Adrian Hayden

Over the last 47 years Ford Mustang has been a truly symbol for the American car maker, but it’s time for a revival of the model and considering that the pony car’s 50th anniversary it’s very close, the company prepared a surprise for us. It seems that the 2014 Mustang will get an all-new look without the retro flavor, according to Ford design boss, J. Mays.

While the design is still in the process of being finalized, J. Mays said:

“The challenge or the opportunity for 2014 with a 50th anniversary car is to not just look back over your shoulder, but to try to win all of the Mustang faithful yet bring the brand forward as well,” he says in an interview with Automotive News.

It’s knew that the current Mustang fans are very drastic when it comes to their passion for this model and considering that the brand aims to fulfill their wishes, but in the same time to expand to new areas, we can conclude that’s a tall order to fill.

“It has to look like a Mustang. But you go down a list of things that might or might not be necessary to make the car look like a Mustang,” he added.

As for what to expect of the 2014 Mustang, coming in 2013, check out our previous post, by clicking here.

Source: Automotive News via MotorAuthority

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