With the sixth-generation Mustang’s debut for the 2015 model year, Ford showed it could give its iconic pony car modern moves while preserving its heritage cues. But the changes weren’t radical. All the traditional Mustang cues were mashed into the new pony car, and with a low and wide stance, the Mustang’s pretty and graceful canopy rests on muscular haunches. Yet some of the details are a little soggy—the tilted taillight panel, the hashmarks that hashtag the headlamps.
In the 2016 Mustang, more heritage cues reappeared—most notably, hood-vent turn signals and various California, Pony, and Black Accent Packages. A painted-black roof option is now also available on turbo and V-8 Mustang GT models.
All that means there are more chances to individualize the Mustang, which with its recent redesign became better detailed inside and out. It’s not just a little more plush, but more technical and advanced—and in some forms, it’s become a luxury coupe of the highest order.
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