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As first reported by Motortrend, Ford has officially ended production of the sixth-generation Ford Mustang. The final example was an Oxford White coupe powered by a 2.3 liter turbocharged EcoBoost inline-four, and it rolled off the line at Michigan's Flat Rock Assembly Plant earlier this month.




The S550's story began when it arrived for the 2015 model year, and over the years it offered a wide range of powertrains, including several iterations of the EcoBoost turbo-four and Coyote V8 engines, as well as a 760-hp Shelby GT500 variant. For the 2018 model year, the sixth-gen Mustang received a mid-cycle refresh that brought updated styling and new tech, while the V6 option was dropped.


Meanwhile, the seventh-generation S650 Mustang arrives with a new Dark Horse variant that produces 500 horsepower from a lightly updated Coyote V8. It's the most powerful non-Shelby Mustang ever, and sits at the top of the pony car's 2024 lineup. Other cool highlights for the latest Mustang include the ability to rev the engine remotely from the key fob, a six-speed manual for the GT and Dark Horse models, and a digital instrument cluster theme that resembles the Fox Body Mustangs of the past.



As the S550 Mustang heads out to pasture, the S650 generation gallops into the stable alone, as both the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger muscle cars will be discontinued by 2024. Meanwhile, the first seventh-gen Mustangs will start hitting the road later this year. Prices open up at $30,920 for the EcoBoost coupe and top out at $57,970 for the Dark Horse.


Will you miss the sixth-gen Mustang?

Image Credits: Ford
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Apr 29, 2023
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Sixth-Gen Ford Mustang Production Ends To Make Way For Next Generation

The last example was reportedly an Oxford White EcoBoost coupe.

As first reported by Motortrend, Ford has officially ended production of the sixth-generation Ford Mustang. The final example was an Oxford White coupe powered by a 2.3 liter turbocharged EcoBoost inline-four, and it rolled off the line at Michigan's Flat Rock Assembly Plant earlier this month.




The S550's story began when it arrived for the 2015 model year, and over the years it offered a wide range of powertrains, including several iterations of the EcoBoost turbo-four and Coyote V8 engines, as well as a 760-hp Shelby GT500 variant. For the 2018 model year, the sixth-gen Mustang received a mid-cycle refresh that brought updated styling and new tech, while the V6 option was dropped.


Meanwhile, the seventh-generation S650 Mustang arrives with a new Dark Horse variant that produces 500 horsepower from a lightly updated Coyote V8. It's the most powerful non-Shelby Mustang ever, and sits at the top of the pony car's 2024 lineup. Other cool highlights for the latest Mustang include the ability to rev the engine remotely from the key fob, a six-speed manual for the GT and Dark Horse models, and a digital instrument cluster theme that resembles the Fox Body Mustangs of the past.



As the S550 Mustang heads out to pasture, the S650 generation gallops into the stable alone, as both the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger muscle cars will be discontinued by 2024. Meanwhile, the first seventh-gen Mustangs will start hitting the road later this year. Prices open up at $30,920 for the EcoBoost coupe and top out at $57,970 for the Dark Horse.


Will you miss the sixth-gen Mustang?

Image Credits: Ford

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