• Welcome to Mustang7G!

    If you're joining us from Mustang6G, then you may already have an account here!

    As long as you were registered on Mustang6G as of March 10, 2021 or earlier, then you can simply login here with the same username and password!

rchandler9

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 26, 2023
Threads
43
Messages
337
Reaction score
339
Location
Oklahoma
Vehicle(s)
22' Ford Expedition and 14' Infiniti Q50s
This is by far the best video I have seen so far. Mainly because Jim Owens was in on all of the steps of the Dark Horse creation. He really explains a lot about the Dark Horse.

Sponsored

 

IPOGT

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2016
Threads
0
Messages
1,022
Reaction score
338
Location
Southern Long Island Section Of Florida
Vehicle(s)
2021 Velocity Blue Mach 1
That’s great. Thanks. I was there. The car looks great. Not completely sold on the rear but I did find that though I don’t like the screens, overall they were less obtrusive than they appear in pictures. Jim came flat out and stated they are trying to bring in a younger audience. It 100% shows.
In the end, that color is amazing, and although the DH may not be my choice (that would be Mach 1), That Dark Horse is a beautiful car. I liked it a lot. I was impressed. The dash looks simplified and kind of empty, but the quality looks nice. In totality taking in consideration that we need younger folks to carry on, and the design cues necessary to involve the younger audience it all makes sense. Well done.
 
Last edited:

GrabberBlueFan

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 22, 2023
Threads
0
Messages
88
Reaction score
64
Location
Indiana
Vehicle(s)
Yukon Denali, Expedition EL, Durango
That’s great. Thanks. I was there. The car looks great. Not completely sold on the rear but I did find that though I don’t like the screens, overall they were less obtrusive than they appear in pictures. Jim came flat out and stated they are trying to bring in a younger audience. It 100% shows.
In the end, that color is amazing, and although the DH may not be my choice (that would be Mach 1), That Dark Horse is a beautiful car. I liked it a lot. I was impressed. The dash looks simplified and kind of empty, but the quality looks nice. In totality taking in consideration that we need younger folks to carry on, and the design cues necessary to involve the younger audience it all makes sense. Well done.
Thanks for the info. I keep hearing the color is much better in person. Looking forward to seeing it in the sun!
 

IPOGT

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 11, 2016
Threads
0
Messages
1,022
Reaction score
338
Location
Southern Long Island Section Of Florida
Vehicle(s)
2021 Velocity Blue Mach 1
The sides give the car a very “clean” look BTW. I think that’s where people get the Camaro influence from. But it looks quite good in person.
It will also probably help FRAP assemble them more consistently and make it easier to get the panel and door alignments right without as many visual reference points to work with.
Either that, or it frees them up to keep doing what they’ve been by making it less obvious.
 


Lmw34

Active Member
Joined
Dec 16, 2022
Threads
1
Messages
26
Reaction score
26
Location
WI
Vehicle(s)
GT350
This is by far the best video I have seen so far. Mainly because Jim Owens was in on all of the steps of the Dark Horse creation. He really explains a lot about the Dark Horse.

reving Evan? really? LOL>....
 
 




Top