- January 10, 2017
- In Blog
- Tags doylestown, ford, hot, specials
Ford has been spotted testing vehicles that appear to be midcycle updates of the F-150 pickup and Mustang pony car. Both are expected to be launched for the 2018 model year.
Spy photos of a camouflaged Mustang undergoing testing in Dearborn, Mich., show it may get an updated front fascia, including new LED-ringed headlights that were peeking through the coverings. The photos show heavy covers on the taillights, indicating minor changes there as well.
Ford, in an email, declined to confirm any information about the pony car.
“We’ll have more news to share about the 2018 Mustang closer to launch,” a spokesman wrote.
Spy photos also indicate that the midcycle F-150 could feature freshened front and rear ends, including updated headlights and taillights. The truck’s side panels were left uncovered, and appeared unchanged from the current model.
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