A picture of a mid-engine Ford Mustang appeared on the webJuly 25, 2020
The artist presented his vision of a sports coupe Ford Mustang with an engine located between the front and rear axles. This version of the car will probably remain just a render.
Since Chevrolet unveiled the next generation of the Corvette sports coupe with an engine that sits behind the driver, many artists have presented renders of popular sports cars that “got” a mid-engined engine layout.
In fact, this isn’t even the first time we’ve seen the iconic Mustang with a similar engine layout, but this time, the designer was inspired by the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover.
This creation belongs to the designer Somak Biswas. The car was named Ford Mustang Mach S, and we’re not entirely sure what the S stands for.
Apparently the fictional Mach S borrows some design elements from the original Mach-E (pictured below). The false grille – or lack thereof – is a clear design element of the electric crossover. Does this mean the Mustang Mach S has an electric motor? The body shape of the virtual novelty is certainly the same as that of a mid-sized car, although technically it could hold that title with a single electric motor driving the rear wheels. This certainly explains the lack of any vents on the front.
Large side scoops in front of the rear wheels are a distinctive design element of the Mustang. They are very large here, but if there is a 5.0-liter V8 engine behind the driver, these vents are absolutely essential for cooling the engine.
Of course, the likelihood that Ford will ever introduce a mid-engined Mustang coupe is “on the brink of fantasy.” Ford already has a mid-engined car, a GT supercar.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Ford introduced the Mustang Mach-E crossover with a capacity of 1400 hp. The American company Ford, together with the RTR racing team, has created a 1400-horsepower version of the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. The car has seven electric motors. The model was created in a single copy.
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