And the information deluge continues on the 2015 Ford Mustang!
To keep this straightforward, this is the official video thread.
The clips below were produced by Ford and are coming from the Marketing/Public Relations department. The good news is that they provide A LOT more visibility into the car's design from both the exterior and interior, and as a bonus we hear from the senior leadership and get a sense of the vehicle's colors and materials.
Considering the "global" approach that Ford has been talking up, the colors and materials video is an interesting one to watch. Supposedly the interior's materials that look like metal are actually metal — let's see when we get to feel around the car in person!
Explore the videos below!
Ford Motor Company leaders discuss the importance of Mustang: Featuring in order: Bill Ford, Non-Executive Chairman Mark Fields, Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley executive vice president of Ford global marketing, sales and service and Lincoln Moray Callum - Executive Director, Design, The Americas Raj Nair - Group Vice President, global product development Joe Hinrichs - Executive Vice President and President of the Americas Dave Pericak - Mustang Chief Engineer
Joel Piaskowski, Ford Design Director, Exterior and Kemal Curic, Exterior Design Manage discuss the themes that drove the design of the all-new Ford Mustang Ford Mustang Marks 50 Years with All-New Sleek Design, Innovative Technologies and World-Class Performance • All-new sophisticated design clearly inspired by 50 years of Mustang heritage evolved to attract wider array of customers and expand global market availability • Mustang now available with three engines offering a broader power of choice -- a more powerful 5.0-liter V8, a 3.7-liter V6 and an all-new fuel-efficient 2.3-liter EcoBoost® engine • Mustang sets new performance and dynamics benchmarks for the brand with world-class handling, more precise steering control and enhanced ride comfort
Doyle Letson, Chief Designer, Interior and William Mangan, Interior Design Manager provide a guided tour of the cabin of the all-new Ford Mustang
Susan Lampinen, Ford group chief designer, color and materials discusses the enhanced craftsmanship in the all-new Mustang