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Another 2024 Ford Mustang Image Has Leaked, Potentially Shows Off GT

Just yesterday, Ford Authority shared a photo of the 2024 Ford Mustang front end completely uncovered, which gave us our very first look at the next-generation S650 model from that angle. However, that particular model is likely a base version of the new pony car, as we can tell by the wheels and overall lack of sportiness. Now, a new leak shows off what may be the 2024 Ford Mustang GT, and it’s quite a bit more dramatic than the previously-spied car.

As we can see in this newly leaked photo – which admittedly isn’t the best quality – it seems that the 2024 Ford Mustang GT, which is what this appears to be, will feature dramatically different front-end styling when compared to the non-GT version. The front air ducts flanking the lower grille, in particular, seem to be larger and more aggressive, and this model features twin bars in the grille that aren’t present on the base model, too.

A hood scoop and what appear to be GT badges on the fenders cap things off nicely, and provide a little hope for those that were disappointed with the somewhat simple styling of yesterday’s leak. While some like that particular look – likening it to the 2015-2017 pre-refresh Mustang – others found it to be a bit boring, which is understandable.

In recent weeks, Ford Authority spies have spotted multiple prototypes of the new pony car out driving around, including a likely base model, a GT variant making some rumbly V8 noisesa possible Mach 1 or higher-performance model, and the S650’s interior, giving us a good look at its new flat-bottom steering wheel.

Despite rumors to the contrary, the next-gen Mustang won’t be available with all-wheel drive configuration, as Ford Authority exclusively reported last week. However, two hybrid powertrain options could possibly be in the works – electrified versions of Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 and 5.0L Coyote V8. As Ford Authority reported nearly a year ago, the iconic pony car won’t be ditching its V8 any time soon.


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Previously expected to launch for the 2023 model year, the S650 will now reportedly enter production next year for the 2024 model year, a detail that was recently confirmed by Ford’s vehicle director for icons and Ford Performance, Ali Jammoul. The S650 Mustang will continue to be built at the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant and is expected to have an eight-year life cycle, as Ford Authority reported last August.

We’ll have more on the 2024 Ford Mustang soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Samurai

    I don’t care what anyone else says, this looks awesome!!! Here’s to the next gen Mustang!!!!

    1. Shawnski

      I agree ☝️

    2. dinobrewster1

      i do not like the look of the base model but dam the gt styling is better

  2. Mark L Bedel

    Definitely an evolution…not a revolution. I think it’s kind of what most expected. A bigger styling departure is probably waiting in the wings for the hybrid/electric coming next.

  3. pontiacbixler

    …uhhhhh…. ummm…..yeah……. about that front end…..

  4. N

    I think it looks good. Definitely an evolution which is fine. I will hold my total opinion until I see it in person. Pictures never tell the whole story.

  5. Rev. Ronald Roland

    Glad to see the automatic still has a lever you can easily, and predictably move – although I will continue to buy a 6-speed.
    When Ford went to that little rotary knob that you have to look down and try getting into the right position while backing out of my drive into 60+MPH traffic, my wife elected to go with a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Maybe next year Ford will re-think this important piece of safety ergonomics.

  6. Lynn

    Fords first two door sport SUV coupe and convertible. Might be a new trend. Can we also see a Lincoln version to spread the costs?

  7. ArkAngel

    That a Mustang or Camaro with a Pony logo?

    1. dinobrewster1

      bro its a mustang

  8. iLuvGM

    I love the simple, old school look.

    1. George

      Facts 100 muscle cars n hot rods 4 lufe

  9. dinobrewster1

    i get why they went like this because some people prefer the 2015 to 2017 styling I mean the 2018 refresh was ok but the taillights though where the best of the s550 that’s why I would put them on a 2017 mustang the best tail lights go to the 2014 mustang but still they changed the design a lot and I hate that there is no physical climate controls I don’t care for touch screen climate controls I rather have physical controls. and the steering wheel buttons got bigger and oh god the cheap plastic no.

  10. c

    A proper leather wrapped dash in a Mustang? Hell yea

  11. sttomm

    Was hoping for AWD. That way there will not be any mowing down crowds of people during a burnout.

  12. Rick Owen

    Styling aside. For some time now by putting a Tremec 6 speed transmission in the Mach 1 FORD admits the MT82 is an inferior product.
    Any chance of the Standard 2023 5.0 Fastback will have a bullet-proof Tremec 6 speed ?


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