Ford has officially pulled the wraps off the 2016 Mustang as the model in question has been redesigned.
Ford has redesigned the Mustang for the 2016 model year and the updates may be minor but they add up to some interesting features. According to the car manufacturer, the vehicle in the Mustang EcoBoost Premium can get the new Pony Package, which is adding the chrome window surrounds, the tri-bar pony emblem, the side stripes and the 19-inch polished aluminum wheels, with a unique look. Buyers of the Mustang GT can get the Black Accent Package, coming with the black finish for the special 19-inch alloy wheels, the black rear spoiler and the black emblems, amongst others.
Ford is also offering the California Special Package for the range-topping version and this is coming with the front splitter, the revised front grille, the hood and side stripes, the rear spoiler, the 19-inch black aluminum wheels, strut tower brace, the unique aluminum dashboard trim, the red contrast stitching, the Ebony leather / Miko suede seats and that’s about it. The 2016 Ford Mustang Convertible is coming with the new Performance Package, getting the strut tower and K brace, sport tuned suspension with heavy duty front springs and larger rear sway bars, larger radiator, limited slip differential, retuned stability control and steering system, 19-inch black aluminum wheels and so on. The Mustang GT is also getting the hood vent-mounted turn signals, a flashback to the 1967 Mustang and it can also get the racing stripes finished in silver, the black roof and the SYNC3 infotainment system.