New Ford Mustang Won’t Get AWD Or Hybrid Model

Almost one week away from the official reveal of the new 2024 Ford Mustang, the internet has been stormed by renderings and leaks. Named S650, the sports coupe will be the style statement by the automaker. The event has already begun with a convoy of Ford vehicles for the big premiere in Detroit. According to new reports, the official reveal of the new Mustang is set for September 14. According to Automotive News, the new Mustang will likely be the last of its kind to offer a combustion engine. While the news is not a new thing as the giant is betting big on electric cars, there is something that caught our attention.


Automotive News says the Mustang won’t come in a hybrid powertrain with the all-wheel drive eliminated. The claims are not confirmed by any company official so take them with a grain of salt. We’ll know the official specs and features after the car’s official debut comes within a week. The rumors about the Mustang EV came a few years ago and were ignited when a LinkedIn account revealed more details. The chances seemed high after a patent that showed a twin electric drive system paired with a V8 engine. We hoped the new Ford muscle will come with two electric motors with all-wheel drive. The chances of seeing an AWD-powered Mustang with electric motors are very low now.

Rest known, the 2024 Ford Mustang will feature a V8 engine supercharged to produce over 480 horsepower. The official reveal is scheduled for September 14 so stay tuned for the full specs.

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