2023 S650 Mustang Details
In recent years, the Mustang has become the best selling sports car ever throughout America and the entire world. This achievement is due to the over six decades of innovation from Ford and the Mustang engineering team. Each generation has ensured to push the boundaries of innovation, technology, and lineage from the last. Culminating up to the sixth generation stallion, Ford knew they had to create a landmark just as they did on April 17, 1964, when they shocked the world with the original pony car. So in 2015, they did just that, releasing the S550 Mustang to the world at the same location as in the first generation Mustang in New York City. The six-generation Mustang culminated in the fifty-years of historical performance, style, sophistication, and racing of the original pony car, all others to follow.
Ford created the most successful and legendary muscle car in the history of American automotive history. The S550 Mustang, in its sixth year of production, means it is heading towards the end of its generation cycle. It means the Mustang team has some big shoes to fulfill because of the most successful modern Mustang to date. In the last few years, there has been speculation on what the next generation Mustang would be in the form of the S650 chassis platform. We are very excited to see what the Mustang and Ford Performace team come up with in terms of power, styling, and performance. Throughout the rest of this article below, we’ll explain our thoughts and speculation on what the S650 Mustang could become.
For some time, there has been constant speculation and rumors about what the next-generation Mustang will become. After six successful generations of America’s favorite pony car Ford will have to pull out all the stops to create the most magnificent pony ever to leave the stable. Rumors have been floating around that this seventh generation will have the most impactful technology such as all-wheel drive, a hybrid powertrain to boost horsepower and torque, and a completely revised chassis to bring the Mustang into a new era.
The picture above is a rendering that has been floating around the Mustang community on the S650 could be. From our take, we think that this new pony to the stable will continue the long lineage from all six previous generations but pushing into the future with more technology, engineering, and all-new drivetrains to offer to a wider variety of people. Due to the incredible success of the S550 Mustang, as well as the success of the Coyote 5.0L V8, Voodoo 5.2L Flat Plane Crank, and Supercharged 5.2L Predator V8 we, alike every Mustang enthusiast, is interested to see how after nearly sixty years Ford will continue the heritage of the breed.
Arrival In 2022
The entire Mustang community is anxious to see what Ford will do to the seventh generation stallion. Unlike the past six generations, the all-new pony will most likely be the most revolutionary in design, technology, drivetrain choices, and sophistication. For instance, the image above from our friends over at Autocar is a concept design that is the next adaptation of what could be America’s favorite pony ever built. We here at Steeda think that the S650 is going to be an evolution to what the current Mustang is right now. Due to the lack of knowing what drivetrains, components, and information, we can’t give cold hard facts on what it performs.
We know from recently recorded sources that it will arrive in 2022 as a 2023 model. We certainly hope Ford will continue with the Coyote 5.0L V8 but reforming it to a more powerful evolution of the first three generations of all-out Mustang performance. It will be tough for the Mustang team to one-up the S550 Mustang because of the immense success Ford has created within the most potent and best-performing pony to ever come out of the stable. Everyone at Steeda is looking forward to the next evolution of the American legend and its competition amongst its competitors.
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Image Credit: Autocar