Ford’s all-new 2015 Mustang has been spied testing again this week, and for the first time we can now see the big muscle car's all-new face.
As expected, the new Mustang draws its styling inspiration from the popular Evos concept, unveiled at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.
While the tester shown here is still wearing heavy camouflage along the profile and rear-end, Ford appears ready to get fans fired up.
These images also detail the new Mustang's visibly longer front overhang and more raked frontal profile than the current model.
Also visible in these spy shots is a wider rear track, along with negative camber afforded by the new independent suspension design - a first for mainstream Mustangs.
Engine-wise, the new model is expected to continue with versions of the current V6 and V8 lineup, with the addition of a turbocharged EcoBoost engine also confirmed.
A version of the 2.0 four cylinder EcoBoost engine used in several existing Ford models is expected, with the possibility of a more powerful 2.3 litre version shared with the upcoming Focus RS later on.
This would be the first time a four cylinder engine has been used in a Mustang since 1993, with the EcoBoost turbocharging harking back to the hot SVO model of the mid-eighties.
Ford is yet to confirm launch dates for the new Mustang, but mid-2014 is likely as it will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the original model’s debut.
An Australian debut for the new Mustang has also been locked in, returning at last - right in time to wave off the big Aussie Falcon to retirement.