This is the person who acquired the first of the last V8 Ford Mustangs before they became extinct.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! When it originally went on sale in 1964, the Ford Mustang was one of the first pony cars. It now appears that it will also be the final gas-powered pony car.

On September 14, the seventh-generation Mustang is expected to be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.

Despite the firm and the automotive industry’s shift toward electric vehicles, Ford stated that it will still have a V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission.

Dodge, its crosstown rival, has already made the announcement that it will stop producing V8-powered vehicles at the end of next year and replace them with the Charger Daytona SRT.

THE DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA SRT IS A BANSHEE-SCREAMING, BADASS MUSCLE CAR.

A camouflaged prototype for the seventh generation Mustang has been shown in public.

Although GM has committed to an all-electric future, it has not made any public statements regarding the future of the Chevrolet Camaro, which has slipped to a distant third in the pony car sales race.

However, Ford’s Mustang is its flagship model and the final vehicle it will sell here.

This rendering of the seventh generation Ford Mustang is based on disguised prototypes and other leaked images.

Autoforecast Solutions predicts that it will likely continue to be available with internal combustion engines through 2029, although it appears that will be the end of the line.

A STUNNING NEW RENDERING OF THE 2024 FORD MUSTANG

There is at least one person, whose name is on the car, who is even excited about it.

Bill Ford says the Mustang is his favorite car.

Last Monday, Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford told Motor Trend said, “Of course I am.”

“I am not capable of lying. I’ll shed a tear when the final internal combustion, stick-shift Mustang rolls off, which will happen within my lifetime. I will,”

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