When Ford unveiled the redesigned Mustang last week, they included a cool Easter egg in the form of a Mustang sedan sketch. That inspired Sugar Design to make the car a reality, and the results are undeniably impressive.
As you can see, the front end carries over from the latest pony car, but virtually everything aft of the A-pillar is unique. The changes are extensive and include a raked windshield that flows into a sloped roof.
Elsewhere, there’s a coupé-like greenhouse and an extra set of doors that flow into muscular tailgates. A number of other Mustang design elements have also been incorporated into the sedan, including sporty side skirts and an expressive lower door treatment.
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The renderings don’t give us a glimpse of the rear end, but it appears to reproduce the coupe with the exception of the GT’s rear spoiler. As a result, the car will likely boast a quad tailpipe exhaust system, angular lines and Mustang’s iconic taillights.
While the Mustang Mach-E has proven controversial among fans, there’s little doubt that a Mustang sedan would be more warmly received—especially if it remained rear-wheel drive. It would also be hard to argue with the presumed engine lineup, which will include an all-new turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder and a fourth-generation 5.0-liter Coyote V8. The latter is estimated to produce around 500 hp (373 kW / 507 PS) in the Dark Horse variant.