Ford Mustang S650

Flaming Pistons!

The current sixth generation Mustang, code named S550 debuted in late 2013. Ten years later, the new seventh generation steel stallion is called the S650 and it is due to appear in showrooms in late 2023 as a 2024 model. And that is very cool being that 2024 heralds the 60th Anniversary of Ford's mighty Mustang.
Spy photos of the cloaked seventh generation car show a body that is of the same generate size and shape of the current configuration, with a more sinister front-end treatment but still offering the trademark tri-bar taillights that have been a Mustang signature since 1964.
Under the bulging hood, engine options will include a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that may crank out up to 320 horsepower, and a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 to do the heavy lifting. The four-cylinder variant will likely get an extra boost from the addition of a hybrid electric motor that Ford has been working on for quite some time. Ford has leaked that a hybrid Mustang will be "delivering V8-like performance with more low-end torque."

You'll have a choice of an automatic 10-speed transmission or a 6-speed manual gearbox to keep the pony's rear tires burning rubber and Ford has patented a new clutch-by-wire system. If used in concert with the manual transmission, this will mean faster shifting as you won't have to use the clutch pedal. Software will automatically operate the clutch when you move the shifter, and the pedal is connected to an electronic control module similar to by-wire throttle and braking systems.
Special Edition 
The S650 will no doubt include a "Special Edition" with race-like suspension and chassis mods. The interior will feature a digital gauge cluster above a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a new, bigger infotainment touchscreen with the latest driver assist technology. Since the S650 platform is set to run for eight years of production, we hope Ford will upgrade the look and feel of the Mustang's cabin.
With the success of the all-electric Mustang Mach-E crossover, the S650 will offer a stallion-branded muscle car alternative but the new seventh generation Stang sports car is likely the last of the gasoline-powered brutes to raise a ruckus and the blood pressure of owners. The S650 will be created to give lovers of horsepower and the thrilling rumble of a V8 one more blast around the track.
Ford will likely debut a hybrid version of the Mustang in 2025 and it may feature all-wheel drive with an electric motor at the front axle for better performance and fuel economy. But the much-anticipated arrival of the new S650 Mustang is still slated for the end of 2024. We can't wait to get our hands on one. Especially the GT and Mach 1 versions.