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2024 Ford Mustang Lineup Adds New Bronze-Themed Package

Bronze accents are all the rage these days, and Ford even acknowledged that many customers are seeking out bronze aftermarket wheels to add a little personal touch to their vehicles. Until now, though, there hasn’t been a Blue Oval vehicle to sport bronze elements right off the assembly line, but that’s all changing with the 2024 Ford Mustang. Buyers of the new pony car can opt for the classy Bronze Design Series Appearance Package, which is set to join the lineup next year.

The Bronze Design Series Appearance Package is optional on the 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost and GT, and can be outfitted in conjunction with or without the Performance Pack. This exterior accent package adds Sinister Bronze alloy wheels and bronze badges to the seventh-generation Mustang, lending it a unique, classy air.

As a reminder, the all-new 2024 Ford Mustang was revealed in mid-September 2022, representing a major pivot in the pony car’s design language and technologies. In terms of performance, the Ford 2.3L I4 EcoBoost will once again serve as the standard engine. Optional will be the Ford 5.0L V8 Coyote powerplant, which can be found under the hood of the high-performance Mustang Dark Horse where it will produce 500 horsepower.

A teaser image of a 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse was recently leaked, showing the sporty pony car looks like dressed in a stunning coat of white paint. It’s worth noting that the “Dark Horse” moniker has nothing to do with the vehicle’s color – but is rather a reference to an old idiom. In fact, this high-performance vehicle represents the start of a new motorsports push for The Blue Oval, and will soon compete in every racing division where the Mustang can be found.

Additionally, the 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost will not be available with the six-speed manual transmission as previously reported by Ford Authority, and will only be available with the automaker’s 10-speed automatic. However, a manual transmission is available for the forthcoming Mustang GT and, of course, the Mustang Dark Horse.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. John

    Looks good, keep it up Ford!

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  2. EcoBoost29579

    MUCH better than black, but I still prefer good old chrome.

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    1. MERLIN BALKE

      Have to agree with you. I hate black wheels and it chrome wasn’t available I’d definitely be happy with bronze.

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  3. rbkennedy1950

    I wouldn’t be caught dead with bronze on my car, it’s just as tacky as gold accents. But then again I think the fighter jet grey cars look like hell and that fad will soon die out soon.

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  4. Shawnski

    The car shown is a non PP EB. A nice way to enhance a base car IMO.

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  5. Bill C

    Whoppie! Another fad, I agree with RBKennedy1950 “But then again I think the fighter jet grey cars look like hell and that fad will soon die out soon”.

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  6. chipster

    Nothing looks better than a 65-66 with real chrome & stainless parts. Quit with painting the horse and everything else black, bronze, white, whatever. Oh Chrome, how I miss thee.

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  7. Michael

    Meh.

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  8. JDE

    I mean they have done this on Challengers for quite a while now, so at least they are fully going for the attempt to pass the guys puling way just as the turn off into the pits.

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  9. Greg

    The front of the 24 Mustang looks like a Camaro.

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  10. Gary Cotner

    I don’t want bronze wheels on anything other than a white,red or black car and then only if it has a tan interior. And please no matt colors they look like someone used a rattle can in there driveway to paint it

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