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Looks like they are making room under the hood for the 7.3 Godzilla!
Last year for the Boss 429.
Only one can hope!
 

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Thanks again for the renderings.
 
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Really liking your new revisions you posted today. I think that’s more realistic for sure!
 

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except Ford would have to be incredibly stupid to put more air into the hood, they need to remove air.
 

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except Ford would have to be incredibly stupid to put more air into the hood, they need to remove air.
I can't tell if that's a scoop or a vent. It's so flush with the hood. Looks more like a vent to me. Virtually every scoop I've seen has a more prominent raised look to it. The subtle nature of this makes me think it's a vent.
 

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Outstanding renders and better angle.

Seems to have taken some cues from 4th gen mustang. Feels more muscle than sports car.
 

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Thank you for your work as always! I am usually super quiet and reserve my judgement until release, but dang they are going the wrong direction! It looks like a cross between a current gen mustang and charger... :) . Let's hope the variations (GT, Boss, etc) get meaner and leaner looking grills
 

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The work you have done is nothing short of awesome. The bad thing is I think Ford made it look too much like the redesigned Explorer

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These are completely modeled, no parts added in photoshop. Making progress. I don’t believe the production GT will have very large ports below the headlights, like the waving leaked GT initially showed us. The ports are large and probably consumes about 1/2 the real estate between the port on the base car and the GT.

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This is a better design than the 2015-2017. The GT350 and 500 were beautiful but as far as the base car and GT go, this is better.
 

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I wonder why the 2-step in the horizontal middle. It's just needlessly 'busy'.
Why project 2 inches of 'shelf' into every surface? Lop them all off so they fit flush or within 1/4" of the grill and headlight faces.
Hate that.
 

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These are completely modeled, no parts added in photoshop. Making progress.

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If they make the hood extend to the end like these, it will be a nice improvement. The fewer panel gaps the cleaner the looks.
 
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If they make the hood extend to the end like these, it will be a nice improvement. The fewer panel gaps the cleaner the looks.
Sadly, it only looks like that because I haven’t modeled the hood ‘s front crease yet.
 
 
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