A convertible version of the facelifted Ford Mustang has been showcased just a few days after the hardtop was unveiled for the American market. It gets a revised design, updated engine list and will go on sale in the US of A later this year.
Ford has now dropped 3.0-litre V6 and now offers the Mustang with the 2.3-litre EcoBoost as well as the massive 5.0-litre supercharged V8. The car can be had with a manual gearbox or a brand new 10-speed AT which is expected to aid in fuel efficiency. The American market will also get pre-collision assist and a suspension system that adjusts on the go to improve quality and dynamics as the per the scenario.
The convertible Mustang is exactly the same as its hardtop sibling save for the section behind second row which has been modified to accommodate the folding roof. Otherwise, it is built the same way and even has the same feature list.
We in India are likely to get the facelifted Mustang sometime in 2018 and is as the case with the current car, we will get one variant- a top-of-the-line 5.0-litre V8 engined GT model. Given the niche appeal for the car, it seems likely that we might just get the convertible model but this too in the top-of-the-line GT variant.