The next Ford Mustang convertible, due out for the 2018 model year alongside a refreshed fastback, has been spied recently on public roads. The drop-top was photographed wearing the same distinctly-Ford camouflage as worn by other Mustang test mules, with the usual measures taken to obscure the front fascia and rear taillights.
The cladding further solidifies our belief that the light graphics and front fascia are bound to change somewhat for 2018.
A pair of spy shots can be seen at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) website. In addition to the usual Ford Mustang convertible and fastback models, it’s anticipated that a new Mach 1 special model will be launched, and some evidence points toward a new Shelby GT500, as well. SEMA reports that the new Ford-GM 10-speed automatic will make its way into certain Mustang models, while expressing uncertainty as to whether the base V6 model will survive the refresh.
Follow this link for the spy shots.