styling Thank God. Back to basics!! Things started to fat in the 70's & now the're starting to just get phat! I agree with a lot of you (Powershots, Oggdude, Blue_Cabo) That the styling is going wrong allready! Companys make great concepts then don't make them (except for the Audi TT) The're are a couple of schools of styling -muscle or curves. For curves check out the Alfa Romeo Brera. The concept of this Mus(cle)tang looks absolutely bloody fantastic. Why change it for the production car - It looks as if has been given a couple of black eyes & smacked round the ears by not painting the headlights & wing mirrors (Not very musclebound). The front indicators & fogs need to go back to two round semicircles under the headlights as in the Shelby GT 350. there is something dodgy about that b pillar and window. The rear overhang has been increased which throws everything out of proportion & the rear spoiler is now what the name suggests. The overhang is going to hurt us on the British bendy roads especially when our speed limit is legally 70mph (cough cough). On the Isle of Man they have no speed limit & loads of twisty stuff.- It's the place where one of our TV motoring programs (BBC, Top Gear) takes its cars to test out the likes of Porsche, BMW M3 & CSL & TVR. Get the wheels in the corners! Admitedly Europe are probably not a huge marketplace but come on Ford USA get it right for everybody. You have sent us the Crysler Neon & PT cruiser & now the crossfire. If that's all you have to offer I'll stick to the MG ZT260 using the ford 4.6L V8. GIVE US THE CONCEPT!! The rear lights have also been shortend horizontally which visually makes the car look taller rather than lower & sleeker. Finally my congratulations to the concept designer or team. You have done a fantastic job!! Have a word with your bossess though. Get them to make what you design. Please don't tease us. So what do you all think?!