According to a report from Reuters, Ford has invited a small group of automotive writers to its headquarters in Dearborn for a sneak peek at its all-new 2015 Mustang next week. The (lucky) journalists, who are believed to include media from outside the United States — pointing to the global availability of the vehicle, will not be allowed to take photos or discuss the vehicle after the event until its official debut in December. However, it has become nearly the norm for embargoes to be broken, so it’s very possible that photos and details of the all-new pony car will leak ahead of its official reveal.
The new Stang is expected to go on sale next summer — and Ford is hoping that the vehicle will generate a significant amount of buzz ahead of that time. Notably, the original Mustang was introduced on April 17, 1964 at the New York World’s Fair to immense national fanfare, being featured on the covers of both Time and Newsweek magazines.
The original model was purchased by more than half a million customers in 1965 during its first full year on the market. Meanwhile, Ford recently announced that it has produced the one millionth Mustang at its Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan.
The Motrolix Take
Hey Ford — we’d love an invite to the sneak peak event.