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This one I like.
 

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While I think it looks cool, that looks a little plain for a complete new generation. Looks like a Mach bumper mated with a GT bumper and different headlights. Everything else is the same. I can't imagine they only changed 3 things looks wise for a new generation of car. Might as well just call it S550 gen 4.
 

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Maybe perspective, but the Grille Opening looks too rounded on the bottom and otherwise too big. Can’t possibly be this.

Too many lights!

Got the Escape Door Trim with the Side Skirts.
I agree it’s not enough for a 650.

Like it was said earlier, Kind of a Kluge of 550 and Mach1.

I’ll hold final judgement until I see it.
 

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While I think it looks cool, that looks a little plain for a complete new generation. Looks like a Mach bumper mated with a GT bumper and different headlights. Everything else is the same. I can't imagine they only changed 3 things looks wise for a new generation of car. Might as well just call it S550 gen 4.
I agree, but I'm guessing that R&T is on the right track and most of the changes will be somewhat subtle. Yes, the tail lights will change and the front fascia and the hood. The sides will probably change a little as well. But in general I would think it won't be anything major where it would be difficult at all to tell it's a Mustang built on the same platform.

I'd love to see some big changes, it just seems a little unlikely to me.
 

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Looks good., my biggest question will be price. I'm guessing $60K+ for a fully loaded GT.
 

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I agree, but I'm guessing that R&T is on the right track and most of the changes will be somewhat subtle. Yes, the tail lights will change and the front fascia and the hood. The sides will probably change a little as well. But in general I would think it won't be anything major where it would be difficult at all to tell it's a Mustang built on the same platform.

I'd love to see some big changes, it just seems a little unlikely to me.
I hope the changes are more significant than this rendering suggests, though. Since Ford has apparently decided not to go with an all new platform, exterior styling is one way to still differentiate the S650 from the 550. If they're too close, I think S550 owners (including me) will be more likely to keep what they have than buy the new one.
 

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I hope the changes are more significant than this rendering suggests, though. Since Ford has apparently decided not to go with an all new platform, exterior styling is one way to still differentiate the S650 from the 550. If they're too close, I think S550 owners (including me) will be more likely to keep what they have than buy the new one.
I hope for significant changes too. I'd really like the car to get a little smaller and lighter.

I was really hoping for engine changes more so than anything else. The main reason I have bought Mustangs in the past were for the engines. But from what I'm hearing the engine will be about the same.
 

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I like it, but I think I still prefer the render the one guy over at Carscoops did.
 

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It's always funny to read comments about the body on what is clearly just a picture of an S550 with the leaked front end pasted on it.
 
 
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