Newly shared images by member RBS550 of Mustang6g forums exclusively shows how the Euro-spec Ford Mustang in right-hand drive configuration looks like in flesh. In its 50-year history, it is for the first time that the iconic pony car will be sold in more than 100 markets. Not just that, the sixth generation model also marks the debut of right-hand drive configuration, which opened the gates in over 25 global markets including the UK, Australia and South Africa.
The Euro-spec Mustang can be instantly recognized with the clear LED taillights and the rear foglight at the bottom between the two reversing lights. The fastback model spotted here is finished in Competition Orange body paint. Under the hood, there’s a 5.0-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the U.S.-spec model, this one can be equipped with Performance Package despite of the automatic transmission.
The member who shared these images says that the driver of truck which the Mustang was being transported on said that it was being transported to O’Hare Airport. This most likely means that this unit is headed to Europe for testing, possibly to the UK. Ford said in January this year that the sixth generation model will start reaching European shores by mid-year.