The 2010 Mustang, anticipated in the latest weeks by a many teaser images, will be officially unveiled on Tuesday 18 November at the Los Angeles International Auto Show.
The reveal will be available to a nationwide audience thanks to a national broadcast on SPEED at 11:00 p.m. (EST).
The 2010 Mustang builds on the car’s 45-year heritage with a more aggressive, modern exterior design.
The new model – available from spring 2009 – will deliver more power and better handling, thanks to the development work on the 2008-2009 Mustang Bullitt and lessons learned through the Ford Racing Mustang Challenge series.
Additional highlights include SYNC, voice-activated navigation and a rearview camera system.
|Above: the 2009 Ford Mustang|
Starting Wednesday 19 November, the www.the2010mustang.com website will include new Mustang images, a unique 360-degree exterior view, information on features and a replay of the reveal.
A new logo
The 2010 Mustang will introduce a restyled version of the iconic horse logo: the Mustang V6 and GT will adopt a new, darker, chromed badge with more defined and schematic lines.
The original logo designed by Phil Clark was presented in 1964 in New York on the first series Mustang and was restyled in 1974 by Hungarian Charles Keresztes for the launch of the second-generation Mustang.