When Ford unveiled the updated Mustang last week, they included a cool Easter egg in the form of a Mustang sedan sketch. This inspired Sugar Design to bring the car to life, and the results are undeniably impressive.
As you can see, the front end is inherited from the last pony car, but pretty much everything behind the A-pillar is unique. Changes are extensive and include a dashing windshield fading into a sloped roof.
Elsewhere, there’s a coupe-like greenhouse and an additional set of doors that extend into beefy rear thighs. A number of other Mustang design elements were also integrated into the sedan, including sporty side skirts and a distinctive lower door section.
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The visuals don’t give us a chance to see the rear, but it does appear to be reminiscent of a coupe, minus the GT’s rear spoiler. As a result, the car most likely boasts a quad tailpipe exhaust system, angular lines and the iconic Mustang taillights.
While the Mustang Mach-E is controversial among fans, there’s no doubt the Mustang sedan will be more warmly received, especially if it remains rear-wheel drive. It would also be hard to argue with the proposed engine line-up, which will include an all-new turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine and a fourth-generation 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine. The latter should produce about 500 hp. (373 kW / 507 hp) in the Dark Horse variant.
Lead image credit: Sugar Design