The Ford Mustang is Ford's signature ride and never before has it spawned a four-door model, but this new twist is about to turn the tables on history and make a name for itself. This Ford Mustang sedan features the design specifics of the fifth-generation stallion but running on an Australian Ford Falcon powertrain.
This is the futuristic sixth-generation Falcon sedan. From the looks of its rear, this car embraces the greenhouse look which came into play in the 2000’s era, it is an absolute beauty.
According to Motor Authority, this ride has a very impressive build, the Mustang's front fascia would have anyone fooled when looking dead-on in the headlights, but the side profile (obviously) gives the car's Falcon roots away. The rear is a little bit awkward-looking with a long tail that houses the Falcon’s huge trunk — seeing as the Falcons were majorly used as taxis it is no wonder the car has a huge trunk space.
The creator of the Mustang sedan put together the GT500 as best as they could. The hood alone takes the look of the previous-generation design including the black stripes and the Shelby badge. But when it got to the rear, there was a little bit of confusion during the transition.
The creator of this masterpiece can now take solace with the knowledge that their creation is up for sale officially in Australia. The stallion debuted for the sixth-generation in the factory as a right-hand drive which was quite a relief as there was lack of a properly homegrown Ford Falcon. Ford marked the end of production in Australia in 2016 which in turn marked an end to the rear-wheel-drive Falcon.
Holden, Ford’s rival— who is under General Motors—also stopped manufacturing in 2017 this move was influenced by Ford pull out in 2016. GM has however embarked on the exportation of the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro to Australia despite the cars being left-hand drive.