If you are patiently anticipating the release of the new Ford Mustang, then you will be thrilled to see these exquisitely accurate renders of the new model that were made by Artis Chazcron. The artist used a series of spy shots and Ford CAD images depicting the new vehicle, and we have to admit that the end result looks like it could be very close to the real thing. Obviously, the rendered car showcases only the most basic design cues of the new Mustang, with other elements such as vestigial side scoops and a double-bubble roof to be added by the manufacturer on the final version.
The front end of the vehicle holds nothing surprising, but the rear light design based on louvered taillights is definitely an improvement over the previous model. Furthermore, the rear diffuser features integrated reverse lights and fog lights, the fog version being mandatory for distribution in Europe. In any case, we can definitely expect to see more images of the 2015 Mustang in the near future, while the actual model will probably be unveiled somewhere around Christmas. The car will debut at the 2014 North American International Auto Show, and we can’t wait to see it in action.