Dearborn's announcement that the internal combustion engine is not going away yet was important to enthusiasts who were brought up in the ICE age.
The Mustang still has a 2.3-liter turbo-four and a 5.0-liter V-8, but both engines are heavily updated for the new generation. The V-8 is available with an optional stick shift.
The biggest changes to Ford's iconic pony car are to the interior, where the Mustang is more tech-centric than ever before.
Cool-feature shoutout: Drivers can digitally render Fox body era instrument panel gauges on the display in front of them.
The new Mustang will debut for the 2024 model year. Start wishing for one now.