Friday, January 20, 2017

2018 Mustang GT Convertible

Zero surprises here. Since it gets all the changes we just saw a few days ago on the 2018 Mustang.
With its sad face and droopy eyes.


Anonymous said...

To be honest, it looks way better as a convertible.
Ps: this is your seventh post on a simple refresh of the Mustang. I think it's enough,Vince.

Vince Burlapp said...

Its never enough. More coming up.

Anonymous said...

The Mustang is beginning to suffer the same fate as so many others these days.

Disjointed, incongruous lines... Shapes that are asymmetrical to the overall flow...

It's time for Ford to dial it back. Time to return to a cohesive, focused presentation - instead of a mass jumble of conflicting styles.

Sorry, but to my eye, this is a mess.

Anonymous said...

LOL! You go Vince! And how about a dozen more posts about the Stinger to really make that guy happy!

Vince Burlapp said...

You are right.
I thought the 2006 design was fantastic. And very simple!
The 2010 redo was still very nice. It stared getting bad in 2012. With a weird new grille that didn't feel part of the car.
And more black plastic bits in the rear.
I don't hate the 2014 redesign, but never warmed up to it...

You are right, they do need to get back to basics.

Maybe the all new one for 2020? (Which will include a Hybrid version)

Anonymous said...

If you think this looks messy, you should see the Prius. You'll probably have a seizure if you stare at it for too long.