The Ford Mustang will be receiving a minor facelift in soon, probably toward the latter end of 2017 which will technically peg it as a 2018 model year car. From all the information currently being quietly swapped, the actual mechanicals shouldn’t see too many revisions.
There should be some interior improvements and perhaps some suspension tweaks on the cards, but the area we’re focusing on here are the exterior bits. A member of the Mustang6G forum published a video of what appears to be leaked promotional material for the 2018 Mustang.
The ‘running footage’ shows a Mustang GT in what’s described as ‘Orange Fury’ - we’re guessing it’s the name given to the decidedly yellow paint scheme. The most evident change is the narrower hexagonal front grille, reshaped headlights that now have a down turned edge to them, and daytime running lights that are now worked in with a slender air inlet (the fog lamps seem to have been axed entirely) that flank a thinner and wider secondary grille lower in the fascia.
Apart from the new front end, the footage seen doesn’t seem to show any other changes to the Mustang’s exterior. Around the back, the GT emblem now lacks the circular surround (a throwback to when the classic Mustangs had a central fuel filler flap).