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Nice!

That looks like a 5.0 badge on the side...........but I thought we'd only seen those wheels on Ecoboost pre-prod builds so far :inspect:
 

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Can't tell if that's a small lip spoiler or just a reflection.
 


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Looks like the GT based on the area where foglights used to be.
The badge is covered by something.
 
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This pic has continued to ease my mind over the s650's proportions. Initial real world pics made the flat section of the rear look huge and disproportionate. But this shows just how good the side profile actually looks when you take a proper picture.
 

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Nice to see one without the PP as well. Looking at the brakes, they look to be a carryover from the current car.

Edit: Although, I do like the Mustang script on the front caliper. It's a nice touch for the base brakes.
 

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Nice to see one without the PP as well. Looking at the brakes, they look to be a carryover from the current car.

Edit: Although, I do like the Mustang script on the front caliper. It's a nice touch for the base brakes.
The rears look larger to me
 

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The rears look larger to me
Tough to say. The calipers look identical. Might be the angle, but I do agree, the rotors in the rear look pretty large.

Edit: They're probably going to keep the current 13.9/13.0 or perhaps run the 13.9 F/R?
 
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Tough to say. The calipers look identical. Might be the angle, but I do agree, the rotors in the rear look pretty large.

Edit: They're probably going to keep the current 13.9/13.0 or perhaps run the 13.9 F/R?
The front rotors are bigger on the S650 PP vs S550. 390mm vs 380mm and larger swept area. I assume the rears are the same, since they don't mention them in the tech specs.
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