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I agree. Keep in mind every rendering I saw of the 2005 looked nothing like the actual
Car no matter how many people swore it was. Lol. So anxious
Whatever Ford has planned will amaze us, as they have many times over.
When last have they let you down? Because they haven't for me.
 

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I just read in an Australian blog that Ford basically plans on keeping the roof, side and hood the same and only majority updating the front and tear ends.
If true, as long as the body design gets different curves and cuts I'm happy. It just has to look new.
That fine with me too. Give it a different look and for the love of God make it a bit lighter.
 

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Not a fan at all.

I think the final version EV we'll be able to buy will look closer to a regular Mustang coupe.
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I like the renderings in posts #5 & #8. As long as a GT with a 5.0 (or bigger for a Shelby) is still available and not HP/TQ reduced, the buyer base will still be strong.
 
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