“Due to overwhelming interest in the current Mustang, our order bank is now at capacity”
- Dealers stopped taking orders for the sixth-generation Mustang.
- The production allocated to Australia has ended.
- Talk to a dealer about the seventh generation in late 2023.
Ford Australia has Stopped taking orders for the sixth generation Mustang. With the order book capacity of the popular sports car in Australia.
Those interested in moving into a Mustang are encouraged to talk to their dealer about the seventh-generation pony car arriving in late 2023.
“Due to overwhelming interest in the current Mustang, our order bank is now at capacity,” reads a statement released on Ford’s Australian website.
“Therefore, we regret to inform customers that we are no longer taking new orders for the current Mustang. Talk to your dealer about the all-new Mustang due in Australia from late 2023.
This isn’t the first time Mustang orders have been put on hold in Australia. Back in July, orders were put on hold to reopen them after supplies improved, but now the ‘S550’ ‘Stang is selling well.
“No further funding has been allocated for the current Mustang in Australia,” a Ford Australia spokesperson said. The wheels.
“We have the expected volume coming in and we’ve allocated those cars to customers. So now if a customer goes to a Ford dealer to order a Mustang, it will be the next-generation model.
Those looking to order the upcoming Mustang will have to do so somewhat blindfolded, as Ford Australia hasn’t hinted at final pricing or specifications for the 2023 model.
The seventh generation Mustang is coming.
Ford hasn’t confirmed pricing or specifications for the upcoming seventh-generation ‘S650’ ‘Stang, but we do know that a 5.0-liter ‘Coyote’ V8 will make its way into the new car with the option of a manual transmission.
The 2.3-liter Ecoboost turbo-petrol four-cylinder will also remain, but only when mated to a 10-speed automatic with revised programming.
Ford has also focused on handling, suspension, geometry and increased rigidity in the new Mustang’s body shell.
The range will be headlined by a new dark horse variant with more grunt – apparently more than 373kW – thanks to twin throttle bodies and extra cooling. There’s also a tremec six-speed manual gearbox, unique exterior styling and Pirelli P Zero Trofeo tyres.