The big day for the Ford Mustang is almost here. The seventh-generation pony car will debut in Detroit on September 14, which means there’s still time for one more teaser video to keep the excitement simmering.
This time, the teaser comes from the official Ford Mustang Twitter account. This is a short 47 second video featuring Tonight Show Saturday Night Live host and alumni Jimmy Fallon inspects the car. He’s joined by Ford CEO Jim Farley, although unfortunately for us, the design features detail of the 2024 Mustang is pixelated. The duo also seems to mention some sensitive information, as there are moments where the audio is censored with the sound of a spinning V8 engine.
Even with the video blurred out, we get an idea of the Mustang’s basic proportions and shape. Things get a better perspective if you zoom out of the video, where we can see the 5.0 badge on the fender. The 2024 model will retain the low roof and sharp fastback design that appeared on the ‘sixth generation Handlebar in 2015. Previous teasers showed some notable changes coming to the rear of the car, especially with the absence of black inserts between the rear of the car. back light. Spy photos and leaked images also show a greatly revised front face with smaller headlights and a larger grille.
Inside, we can expect a digital display and that’s amplified in a new teaser. Farley told Fallon that “the industry is going digital” while sitting in the car. The Mustang’s digital upgrade rate is still unknown, but we To do knew the timeless pony car would still offer an analog experience. Paired with its V8 engine will be an old-school six-speed manual for those looking to shift gears. An automatic gearbox will also be available.
Fallon and Farley have a curious relationship that goes beyond this teaser video. Ford CEO and legendary comedian Chris Farley are cousins, with Chris rising to stardom Live Saturday Night. He dropped out of the show in 1995, three years before Fallon joined the cast. Unfortunately, Chris Farley died in 1997.
The Ford Mustang 2024 will be unveiled in downtown Detroit as part of a grand celebration called The Stampede. You can watch the live stream event and reveal it here at Motor1.com starting at 20.00 Eastern Summer Time. Meanwhile, check Chatting About Cars podcasts for more Mustang talks and the latest automotive news, available below.