A 2018 Ford Mustang in right-hand-drive configuration was spied on a college campus in Michigan recently, demonstrating that precious little is likely to change from the LHD 2018 Ford Mustang shown at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
It is worth noting, however, that this spied RHD Mustang prototype has the same clear taillights as on the current European model – a design feature that website Mustang6G calls “polarizing.” The pony car also seems destined to receive the same, somewhat-controversial faux gas cap in the rear. The rear spoiler looks like it might be different from that on the North American car, but it’s impossible to be certain with the test car’s camouflage wrap present.
This facelifted, right-hand-drive Ford Mustang was spotted by Mustang6G user K-Roll302 at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. To get a proper good look at the car for yourself, be sure to watch his YouTube video above.