Ford isn't letting up with releasing teasers of the next-gen Mustang ahead of its debut on 14 September. The audio clip starts with the engine reaching high revs and then dropping down through the gears. The sound suggests the car is on a track or possibly downshifting when slowing down to take a corner.
The last Mustang teaser showed off a new GT badge with the word Performance inside the letters. This was possibly Ford's way to hint at a new trim level slotting above the existing GT model. The existing 'Stang is available with an optional GT Performance Package with upgraded brakes and a re-tuned suspension, so maybe the company is going further for the next-gen vehicle.
The last teaser also offered a hint at the new Mustang's rear styling. The rear deck is body-colour between the taillights, whereas this area is black on the current model.
Rumours point to the new Mustang launching with versions of the existing naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V8 and 2.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder. Judging from the teasers, the V8 has some exhaust tuning to make it sound meaner than the current engine. There's no info yet about horsepower or torque improvements.
There are now conflicting reports about a hybrid powerplant eventually being available. A recent story claims that this electrically assisted version is not happening. However, this is contrary to several earlier indications.
Gallery: 2024 Ford Mustang Motor1.com Renderings
In terms of styling, spy shots and renderings give us a hint of what to expect from the new Mustang. The general design is familiar by using a long bonnet and short rear deck. The front end seems to have a more chiselled appearance and has more modern styling, than the current, somewhat retro look.
To hype the new Mustang's release, there's a cross-country drive of them from Tacoma, Washington, to Detroit, Michigan. There's also a smaller, all-Mustang journey from the Blue Oval headquarters in Dearborn to downtown Detroit on 14 September. The debut event even includes a costume contest.