The moment that "OK Boomer" is having is probably convincing a lot of marketing departments that previously untouchable boomer brands are now up for reassessment.
Calling it Mustang sets the expectation really high, however, for performance benchmark. This thing better scoots like hell and give Tesla a run for its money.
I have no problem with using the Mustang name on this EV crossover, and long as they don't call it a Turbo.
I do have a problem with the non-grill on the fascia. Either use a black faux grill, or use nothing.
Don't use a body-colored "plug" where the traditional grill would have been.
It looks stupid.
YouTube is not a medical device.
I don't mind Mustang EV, even in SUV form
I DO mind it doesn't look "Mustang" enough. It just look like a pre-facelift Tesla SUV with Mustang rear lights. Without those rear lights it can be anything made by any brand.
Just look at it, it doesn't even look like a regular Ford...
Bentayga look like a Bentley
Cullinan look like a Rolls Royce
Stelvio look like a Alfa Romeo
Last edited by Avus; 11-14-2019 at 02:24 PM.
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The Model Y can't come soon enough, and just here on TCL we're complaining that Chevy doesn't offer the Menlo (CUV version of the Bolt) here. Plus there are BEV CUVs coming from Porsche, BMW, Mercedes, and we already have the Audi eTron available. I think a lot of people are asking for this type of vehicle, and I think Ford made a smart move by capitalizing their Mustang brand, and giving their BEV CUV offering something "special" from the get go.