As we near the calendar flip to 2013 and ponder possible changes for the upcoming Ford Mustang, there are a few key points to focus upon…and not get totally excited about. The 2014 Mustang model will be the last of its current genre, with a complete redesign expected in the 2015 Mustang, which is set to mark the 50th anniversary of America’s favorite pony car. The Boss 302 will sunset for the 2014 Mustang lineup, as Ford had advised it would be limited to just two years of mass-production.
So, just where does this leave the Mustang fan base on the eve of the 50th edition? It positions buyers in front of a 2014 Mustang that doesn’t really get a lot of material changes, offerings, or updates. This is to be expected, frankly, as Ford’s eyes are ever-positioned forward, focused on the 2015 Mustang, presently. A few options are offered, a couple are abolished, and there is a small handful of new paint colors to choose from.
Keep reading to get a breakdown of the changes, as well as the official order guides for the 2014 Mustang and 2014 Shelby GT500, straight from Ford Motor Company.