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By Jason Woosey
New Ford Mustang confirmed for September reveal, V8 and manual options look like they are set to stay.
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Detroit – In an automotive landscape where electrification is rapidly taking over, there is one saviour for those who like driving the good old fashioned way and that’s none other than the next-generation Ford Mustang.
Ford CEO Jim Farley has revealed that the new Mustang will make its global debut on September 14.
“Excited to confirm that we’ll unveil the all-new, seventh-generation @FordMustang on September 14 at the Detroit Auto Show. It’s a stunning car and I’m excited to share it with the world!” Farley said on Twitter.
But what we find most interesting is the “#SaveTheManuals” hashtag that followed the announcement.
Manual gearboxes are becoming a rare commodity in the performance car world as customers have increasingly gravitated towards today’s much-improved autoboxes, but Farley’s statement all but confirms that the new Mustang will still offer a stick shift option to customers.
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Article Credit To IOL Motoring & AFP.
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