After the official opening in the next few days, the New York Motor Show will be the stage for introducing new features in the Mustang range. In the announcement this week, Ford has confirmed some type of review involving the model and raised expectations for the release of a new version during the event. The details are still limited, but all indicate the arrival of performance-oriented input variants, which may be rearranging the configuration from the past as something unheard of and developed specifically for today's generation.
Among other features, highlight the eventual return of the SVO version. The acronym is synonymous with the sporty character in Ford's line and has already entered the Mustang catalog between 1984 and 1986. It also had improved suspension and brakes, which in practice is an easier and more agile option. Random or not, today's Mustang also has a 2.3-liter turbocharger (now 310 hp), which further encourages rumors of turning acronyms.
On the other hand, there are those who bet on the return of V6 option. This propulsion gas was offered in Mustang at the launch of this generation in 2015 and had 3.7 liters of volume and 305 horsepower. However, it was suspended at the launch of the 2018 line, and the sport ended without a broker option. Now it is about option V6, but this time 2.7 of 325 hp that fits the F-150 truck. More details will be released in the coming weeks.