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FORD MUSTANG SEDAN RENDERED AS RUMOR MILL SPINS

As Designed By A Turkish Artist

Ever since the electric crossover dubbed the Mach-E debuted back in November, Ford’s future intentions with the Mustang nameplate have started to become more clear. We recently reported how just about everything is on the table when it comes to the idea of more Mustang and Bronco based models, including things like a Mustang sedan or a fully-electric Bronco. Well, thanks to the work of emrEHusmen Design, we now have a look at what a Mustang Sedan could look like in the future.

Deemed the Mach-F, this artist interpretation of a Mustang Sedan is clearly a take on what the car may look like with an electric powertrain. Many of the Mach-E’s design cues have made their way into this rendering, though it is fair to note that the sedan has taken some liberties. The car clearly shows some long-time Mustang tenants like a long dash-to-axle ratio and the unmistakable tri-bar tail lights. While it can be hard to get a good sense of scale with a rendering like this, overall we think that emrEHusmen Design has made a good effort here.

EmrEHusemen Mustang Sedan

Photo Credit: emrEHusmen Design

When it comes to the addition of a Mustang Sedan to the Ford lineup, it wouldn’t be all that surprising for the company to go the electric route. Considering an electric crossover was Ford’s first foray into expanding the Mustang nameplate, continuing that trend with an EV sedan arguably makes the most sense. With the crossover’s EV architecture already at their fingertips, it is possible Ford follows suit with other EV automakers and simply designs another car to live on that chassis. Regardless of whether or not this is how Ford moves forward, the name Mach-F has to go.

Without getting too ahead of ourselves, it is important to remember that Ford themselves are still working through this process, and we haven’t heard about any set decisions in the pipeline. However, if a Mustang Sedan is going to come to the market, we wouldn’t be too upset if it ended up looking something like this.

Photo Credit: emrEHusmen Design

Written by Lucas Allen

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