Enthusiast website Mustang6g user "PVC" has published the survey questions from marketing company Morpace, which also hints at possible pricing.
Among the survey questions is a choice of three engine options, with a 3.8 litre V6 producing 224kW and 394Nm listed as the ‘standard’ engine.
An additional US$560 could buy you a 2.4 litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine, making 231kW and 421Nm but with improved fuel consumption, down to 12.8 l/100km on city-cycle compared with the V6 unit’s 14.9 l/100km.
A 4.9 litre V8 option is good for 321kW and 537Nm according to the survey, and costs an additional US$1,890 over the standard V6.
The survey also suggests a “base price” of US$23,995 before asking how much the respondent plans to spend on extras.
The respondent is then teased with a US$21,995 starting price and asked if their option preferences change as a result.
Possible transmission choices include both six- and seven-speed manuals along with a six-speed automatic and a “10R” automatic.
A convertible version is listed in the survey as a US$5,000 option.
The 2015 Ford Mustang is a confirmed starter for the Australian market and could be unveiled overseas as early as December. Local engine and transmission options along with pricing remain a mystery for now.