Unlike other renderings, the renderings seen here are reportedly not based on speculation or spy shots, but instead are the result of CAD files — otherwise known as technically precise engineering images. The actual production version will still have some differences between what we see here, but these are said to be very, very close the real thing.
What we see is a smaller, sleeker, and more modern Mustang — shown here in base trim. Some of the more distinctive components of the sixth-gen Stang’s design are an angled fastback roofline that extends into the deckled, louvered tail lights, LED accept lights and accompanying fog lamps, uniquely-shaped center reverse light, and a rounded rear valence. According to the folks behind the rendering, what hasn’t been reflected in this rendering is a shallow double-bubble roof that’s barely noticeable from the angles shown in renderings.
Expect Ford to begin teasing the 2015 Stang over the next couple of months, with the model being unveiled in the December-January timeframe.
More of the renderings, with different colors and the back view, can be found here.
The Motrolix Take
She’s a looker! And the real model will look even better in photos and in person thanks to a plethora of details that are very difficult to convey in a rendering, even one based on CAD files. The next few months should prove to be extremely exciting!