Tampa-area drivers who love power and performance are no strangers to the Ford Mustang nameplate. A true automotive icon in the industry, the Ford Mustang has been a staple in the Ford lineup since its inception in 1964. The upcoming debut of the 7th-Generation Ford Mustang and the popularity of Ford hybrid and electric vehicles has many car buyers asking – will the 2024 Ford Mustang be a hybrid? Here is a closer look at the truth and rumors about the next-generation Ford Mustang provided by Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL.
The 7th-Generation 2024 Ford Mustang will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show on September 14, 2022.
Power and performance are hallmarks of the Ford Mustang lineup and the 2024 Ford Mustang is expected to deliver the same high-powered thrills as its predecessors with an undisclosed powertrain that is rumored to make more than 500 horsepower. Spy photos of the 7th-Generation Ford Mustang have revealed a manual transmission to pair with the latest engine options. The 2024 Ford Mustang is NOT expected to be available with a hybrid powertrain or all-wheel drive upon its release.
When it arrives, the next-generation Ford Mustang is expected to be available in convertible and fastback body styles that each feature a brand-new style and design. Photos of the camouflaged Ford Mustang testing have revealed a GT Performance badge that indicates the availability of Ford Mustang Performance Packs. Interior spy photos do not reveal the complete truth – but point toward a driver-focused cockpit that is loaded with more of the latest Ford technology.
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Will the 2024 Ford Mustang be a hybrid? Learn more about the 7th-Generation Ford Mustang and what we expect to see when it makes its debut on September 14 at the Detroit Auto Show with a quick overview created by Brandon Ford. Contact the Brandon Ford Team today to learn more about lease and finance options at the dealership!