For the 50th anniversary of the ponycar, Ford celebrated nationwide. No celebration was more ceremonial than the sunset car show at Venice beach. With tourists, residents, and media alike drooling over the car, it was the perfect display of passion for the legendary vehicle.
December 5, 2013 was officially marked “Mustang Day” as Ford unveiled its all-new 2015 Ford Mustang to the world. At 6 locations across 4 continents (Dearborn, Michigan; New York City, New York; Los Angeles, California; Barcelona, Spain; Shanghai, China; and Sydney, Australia), the brand debut of its redesigned ‘Stang for who wanted to see it. On the West coast, the day started with the media unveiling at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California. Soon after, Ford packed-up the fresh, red ‘Stang in an enclosed trailer and headed to Venice beach.
Late in the afternoon on Thursday, December 5, 2013, Ford unwrapped the 2015 Mustang GT once again, but this time it was for the general public. A mere football field from the ocean, onlooker surrounded the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang GT. Also nearby were both old and new Mustangs; nearly 60 ponycars showed-up to support the launch of the next generation ‘Stang. Eager tourists of the famous boardwalk surrounded the roped-off 2015 Ford Mustang GT quickly; and food trucks were on-hand to feed hungry bellies.
Earlier, Ford officially revealed power numbers for the base, upgraded version, and ultimate GT model. The ‘Stang will come with 3 available engines: 3.7L V6; 2.3L turbocharged four-cylinder; and 5.0L V8. Expect a minimum of 420hp from the all-aluminum 5.0L Coyote engine featured in the GT model. Only time will tell what we can expect from the GT350, GT500, and Cobra Jet models.