The American company is actively working on the next generation Ford Mustang, inviting a former FCA designer to the team.
The next generation Ford Mustang is set to arrive soon as a 2023 model. There is practically no information about the new product, but the company has declassified a senior designer who will be engaged in creating the exterior and interior of the new Mustang. The company noted that the role of the senior designer is not aimed at managing the team, but is creating the appearance of the novelty, which corresponds to the middle link in the hierarchy of designers.
Note that Chang-il Lee is a design veteran and previously worked at General Motors and FCA (now known as Stellantis) and his projects include interiors for the 2021 GMC Yukon, the Chevrolet Tahoe, the 2015 Dodge Charger, and the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. of the year, as well as the next generation Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Previously, from 2011 to 2012, Chang-il Lee worked at Ford and during that period he worked on the exterior of the 2017 Fiesta and helped create the interior of the 2016 Taurus for the Chinese market. The new generation Mustang will debut in the fourth quarter of 2022 and will go on sale next year. The model is expected to have an eight-year production cycle.
According to rumors, the Mustang will receive an all-wheel drive layout for the first time. Ford’s plan for the Mustang is 2028, when an electric model supposedly arrives. The available information suggests it will have a completely different platform. The timeline assumes that the next generation of models and electric vehicles will be available at the same time for at least a couple of years.