We saw this story this morning posted by Drew Philips over at Mustangs Daily and wanted to share with our Brothers Performance fans.
The official Ford Mustang YouTube page are inviting people to post and share photos and videos of things that have given them inspiration over the years and it does not have to be Ford Mustang related. Whether or not this is just another clever marketing ploy for Ford to build the momentum for the imminent 2015 Ford Mustang release shall remain to be seen - but we will keep an eye on the story if and when it develops and keep you all informed as to what is going on at the Ford Motor company - Let’s hope we all get an early holiday gift in the form of seeing the real 2015 Ford Mustang instead of the numerous renderings flying around the internet.
Oh did we mention to mark your calendars - Thursday December 5th is the date, so that means it will sadly not be released at the 2013 LA Auto Show November 22nd to December 1st in Los Angeles. Below is the official announcement on the Ford Mustang Page - BUT The BIG question remains - WHERE will the car be presented to the world - stay tuned for more information soon right here
Published on Nov 19, 2013
On December 5th, Ford will take the cover off the all-new Mustang, the sixth generation of the iconic pony car that will celebrate 50 years in production next year. Ford is counting down to the next chapter in the Mustang story by inviting people to share their photographic stories of inspiration using the #MustangInspires hashtag on Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms. The tagged photos and videos will appear on a ford website - Visit the Ford Mustang YouTube site Here
The Associated Press - Friday, Nov. 22, 2013 | 12:18 a.m.
Ford will reveal an all-new version of its Mustang sports car on Dec. 5.
This will be the sixth generation of the iconic pony car, which saw its last full redesign in 2005.
The Mustang will debut in six cities on four continents. Events will be held in New York, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Shanghai and Sydney in addition to Ford's hometown of Dearborn, Mich.
That echoes its debut in 1964, when the original Mustang was unveiled in New York and 11 European cities.
Ford Motor Co. promises a new design and greater refinement for the 2015 Mustang, which should help revive sales.
Mustang sales are flat compared with last year, and it's currently outsold by its archrival, the Chevrolet Camaro.