It seems like only yesterday we were clambering for the latest, greatest sneak-shot photographs of the 2010 Mustang from Ford….wait, it was yesterday. Well, finally, Ford has taken the wraps off the latest Mustang timeline insertion and given the faithful following the best dose of medicine it could receive for a very noble addiction. StangNet is pleased and proud to present to you, the avid Mustang enthusiast, with real images (no CGI or chopping noise here) of the 2010 Ford Mustang with no holds barred. From tip to toe, from yes to no, we have the entire 2010 Mustang covered for you, so you need go no further than our generous serving of the Mustang montage.
Foremost, what do you see when you look your friend or foe straight on? You see a set of eyes that means business, whether you’re ready or not. Just as we showed you in the shot of the front fender of the 2010 Mustang, you can clearly see that the headlamp assembly and lights are beveled and the hood and fender lines exude a lot of edginess like we saw in the ’98 to ’99 New Edge transition. Was it worth the wait to see this new front facade in its entirety? We think so. So what’s next?
Well, here’s what’s up…the front facade transitions to the front fender. Here we see the hints and lines of the power dome hood and the sleek, flowing roll of the front fender down the side of the body to the C scoop. So far, so good. The edges cast lines and those lines connect to what we consider to be one of the most solid platforms the Mustang has seen yet. Roll on to see more of this freshened up legend!
What better perspective identifying a Mustang is that of the side profile? Well, yeah, of course, the one with you in the driver’s seat is always the Ace in the hole, but one of the tastiest tenets of imagery to us is the side shot put up here. If ever was a time for a throwback to nostalgia-land, this would be it. The way the rear quarter grabs hold of the C scoop and lower rocker indicates Ford did a great job rehashing the way the S197 platform threw its weight around on the street. Just take a look at how sleek and refined this lower line is.
Well, if you’re done slathering your saliva on the clear coat, feel free to step inside to confirm the intonation of luxury and sleekness we’ve seen in the teaser images past. The 2010 Mustang console has definitely taken a trip down Luxury Lane and grafted in some cutting edge refinements in style and panache. Confirmed here is the climate setup we hinted at, as well as the integrated entertainment enclosure–aftermarket fans listen up, this looks like one slick egg to crack. A double-DIN radio from the local sound (or pawn) shop will slide in quite nicely. That said, this does appear to be one of the most ergonomic control centers Ford has slid into any Mustang to date.
So what if it’s nice outside? What will do you–find yourself constantly gazing down at the new interior of the 2010 Mustang? Heck no, you’ll release the latches and drop the top on the new convertible Mustang. Without the coupe’s roof, you can really see how consistent and clear the lines from the legacy to the S197 are preserved, yet sharpened here. Check out the lines from headlamp to pillar and from the front fender to the rear quarter. We really liked this shot–it’s a great focal clip.
The last highlights of the 2010 Mustang we are going to describe to you in here are shots of the gauge cluster and a head-out shot of the interior, looking forward. The MyColor system is still in play on the gauge pod, the antique font is still adorned on the gauge faces, and yes, Ford got it “right” by slapping the tachometer on the proper side this time ’round.
We leave this one with one final shot from the pyramid angle, looking out front–this one gives you the total perspective of the interior and the changes Ford has properly applied to this next-generation Ford Mustang. After this shot, we have a few more exterior samples for you to enjoy. Don’t worry, if you haven’t been fancied on these images just yet, we have some hi res shots available for you to save and slap on your computers and mobile phones as wallpapers!