With the beginning of the electric vehicle era, there are many reasons to believe that V8 drives Ford Mustang It may not last long for this world. Ford announces that it will only offer electric vehicles in Europe by 2030 It is questionable whether the V8 Mustang will survive after that date.
What we know now is that if Ford wants to continue selling Mustangs in Europe (and keeps today’s promises), then the electric Mustangs will need to be ready for sale in 2030. This may not sound super compelling, but you may be surprised to find that Successful Ford Europe considers the current Mustang. It was not reintroduced to Europe until 2015, and Ford now calls it “the world’s best-selling sports car”. Does this mean that it is a success or failure product for Ford? maybe not. But this is another reason to imagine that automakers will have to seriously consider making electric Mustangs in the form of current cars.
Of course, Ford may continue to sell a new generation of V8 Mustang in other markets such as the United States-the electric version will also be shipped to Europe after 2030 or at any time. In a sense, it is now being carried out using Mach-E. But I think all of these provide us with some planning difficulties. Some work can be found from the expectations of the imaginary future Mustang, and the Mustang may be the last car to offer a V8.
If we assume that Ford will launch an all-electric Ford Mustang sports car before 2030, there will be a sufficient gap between now and now for what I call the a-foot duck generation. I look forward to the next generation of Mustang It will be a slight upgrade of the current platform, and will obviously still provide the V8 and manual gearboxes that enthusiasts need. But when Ford’s engineering team works for the next generation of electric cars in the future, how much attention will this car get? Compared with the current generation of products, how big is the budget to make it look like a new car?
These may be important questions, because if this is the last generation to use the V8 engine, people will want it to perform well.
Of course, the current Mustang is incredible.It provides a Global best performance value propositionIt can be bought at almost any price, and there are six engine options, all of which seem to be able to carry the legacy of the Mustang well. But the next generation? Even if it’s just a small update, a stopgap measure for electric vehicles? Is it just a series of adjusted special editions? Or will Ford send out V8 with something we will never forget?
I hope Ford can save some special “V8 ultimate days” after launching the EV Mustang sports car. end The next generation, not this. At that time, the argument for selling the V8 sports car became more difficult to understand, and Ford actually had to fight to destroy the model in the United States and other countries while dying in Europe and elsewhere.
But we are not there yet, and I don’t want to be bothered by what we need, at least not in the specific case of the Mustang. For now, this may be Ford’s last chance to sit down and deliver its “craziest dream” combustion-powered Mustang. I want to imagine that this was done with the same dedication to bringing us the latest Ford GT, a secret meeting was held in the basement, and pressure to build something that would solidify Ford’s heritage in motorsports.
Yes it is, Take on those old plans to bring the Mustang into Le Mans And pass it. In the next ten years, it is possible to become the last fanatical desire of enthusiasts, and the reintroduction of GT and Bronco proves that Ford can indeed provide these things. Just give the Mustang the same attention.
We don’t yet know the next-generation Mustang, nor any future EV versions. But of course there will be new Mustangs coming, and I think it’s worth mentioning that there may be a lot of exciting things-maybe the final form of the V8 Mustang-there is still time.