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SCENES FROM VENICE BEACH
2015 Mustang revealed

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Published on Fri, Dec 6, 2013

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

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Mustang club members and Venice Beach goers flock to see the 2015 Mustang (Nakano)

On December 5, 2013, the long-awaited 2015 Ford Mustang was officially revealed in multiple cities throughout the country. Locally, Ford unveiled the car in Hollywood and in Venice Beach. In the latter venue, Mustang club members flocked to the site with their 20th and 21st century pony cars. LA Car staffers joined the club members and Venice Beach goers, as cameras clicked away at the gleaming new red sports car.

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Our first blush impression is that the car in person looks better than the photographs—both our photos and the press photos floating around in cyberspace. Our second thought is that the new car’s design gives the illusion of being significantly lower and longer than the outgoing model. While no one will mistake it for anything other than a Mustang, it no longer looks like a sporty car. The new Mustang looks like a sports car.

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Note the stitching on the dashboard of the new Mustang (Nakano)

More information about the 2015 Mustang can be viewed here.

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