Forget The Mach-E – This Is the Electric Ford Mustang We Deserved
Remember back when Ford thought it was a good idea to slap the iconic Mach 1 name on an EV SUV? Well, it didn’t go out so well and people only stopped short of rioting in the streets, eventually prompting Ford to back pedal and switch to the name Mach E instead. The name wasn’t much better and is still referred to by some as disgracing what the Mach name stood for, but things have pretty much settled down into acceptance. But, is this really the electric Mustang that we deserved? Well, after seeing this rendering, we’re willing to bet you’ll say we deserved better.
The 2021 Ford Bronco as a Street Rod? Chip Foose Thought of It
Ford’s plans with the Bronco involve selling a lot of aftermarket bits and bobs on top of the actual cars. This is a move inspired by what Jeep has been doing with Mopar and going further, it is possible that some customers might decide to tune their Broncos to ever greater extents. For those, Chip Foose has an interesting design proposal.
Here’s What the 1994 Ford Mustang Cosworth From An Alternate Universe Looks Like
We know we’ve been bombarding you with a lot of Subaru BRZ-related content lately especially of the how-would-it-look-in-STI-clothes variety, so let’s switch it up a little, shall we?
Just check out this 1994 Ford Mustang Cosworth digital unicorn that Abimelec Arellano created and somehow managed to flawlessly piece together. I mean, come on, this looks like it’s fresh out of an unpublished, secret book of Blue Oval concepts that never made it into production.
This Classic, Mid-Engined Mustang Is the Muscle Car We’ve Always Deserved
The 1969-1970 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 arguably marked the end of an era, as the GT500 began to be built in-house by Ford. Carroll Shelby’s actual involvement in the design of the car was reduced, somewhat telling of the colder relationship between the two sides that was further underlined by the fact that Ford raced the Boss 302 at the same time - not a Shelby model. But all that gets put aside when you look at the renders of Rostislav Prokop that has envisioned an unusual mid-engined Mustang: one that keeps the proportions of the front-engined original.
This Gamer-Designed Ford Race Car Is Clearly the Future of Racing
Thank the coronavirus pandemic for the recent rise to fame of esports. The nasty thing we hate that goes by the name of COVID-19 has acted as a catalyzer for online sim racing, although the movement still existed before the virus.
And it’s about the time when big-name carmakers are joining the fray that you know there’s a lot of potential (money, too) in this form of racing. Yet, perhaps one of the most appealing selling point of esports is the audacity of some race cars. Enter Team Fordzilla’s P1 concept.
New Evidence Says A Ford Bronco Raptor Will Debut in 2022
Alright, we get it – anything that carries a Ford badge and can go off-road be offered in extreme Raptor trim. You can’t knock the brand- it’s no worse than dodge cramming a Hellcat V-8 into almost anything FCA sells (we’re still waiting on that Pacifica Hellcat, though). So, naturally, before the 2021 Bronco even made its debut, the world was expecting a Raptor version to cross the intersection at one point or another. Obviously, it wasn’t going to happen right away, but new evidence has come to light that says that a Ford Bronco Raptor will launch for the 2023 model year – that means we could see it as soon as mid-2022!
This 2021 Ford Bronco With Wood Trim is Oddly Mesmerizing
The return of the Ford Bronco isn’t your typical automotive comeback. The SUV isn’t just making a comeback as a nameplate; it’s become its own sub-brand under Ford. More to that, the Bronco has captured the attention of the SUV world in ways few of its kind have been able to do in the past. That’s especially true when you look at all the renderings that have come out, specifically those of the “Woody” variety. Woody Broncos are all over Instagram, including this piece of work from artist Timothy Adry Emmanuel, who goes by the IG handle “adry53customs.” Emmanuel has an impressive catalog of car renderings on his Instagram page, ranging from Volkswagens to RAM pickup trucks. But his work on the Bronco is something else, at least if you’re a fan of the “woodie” car style that was all the rage in the previous century. We don’t see woodie’s these days anymore, but Emmanuel’s rendering is a perfect call back, not only to the Bronco but to the woodie car style as well. Put those two elements together, and the result is nothing short of impressive.
Let’s All Take a Minute to Be Thankful the Ford Mach-E Didn’t Happen in the 1960s
Are you upset that Ford used the "Mustang" and "Mach" badges on an all-electric crossover? Well, things could have been worse. Whether it should carry a Mustang badge or not, the Mach-E looks pretty cool. But we can’t say the same about a crossover based on the first-generation Mustang. Yes, we know that Ford never designed such a thing, but Instagram’s wb.artist20 just rendered this crazy idea, and it looks awkward, to say the least.
This Slammed Ford Bronco-GT Supercar Mashup is Oddly Satisfying
Let’s put this in a very simple way. The Bronco is an off-roader. The GT is a supercar meant to stay on the tarmac. These two segments run parallel and can never intersect. But, thanks to some geniuses, we now have a pictorial representation of what these two would like when mashed up, and surprisingly, we didn’t have the urge to break our screens. Timothy, who goes by ‘Adry53customs’ on Instagram, uploaded a few renderings of the Bronco-GT lovechild, which happens to be a hot rod, and it is satisfying.
This Fox-Body-Inspired Notchback Mustang Rendering Is the Retro-Styled Mustang We Deserve
Most Ford Mustang fans will agree that there was something special about the third-gen Fox Body Mustang. Bring up the Notchback, and you’ll be sure to draw up some interesting conversation. The third-gen Mustang was so unique in that it was a complete rebirth of the name and featured next to no retro design cues from previous iterations outside of the GT’s fake side vents on GT models in the late 80s and early 90s. Following the third-gen model, which was in production from 1979-1993, by the way, the bubbly Mustang came to life followed by the more retro-styled fifth-gen model, and finally, the model we have today. Now a new rendering has painted Fox Body Notchback design styling onto a modern Mustang, and we’re convinced that this is the modern Mustang that we deserve.
S.-based Tuner Unveils The Ford Bronco Midnite Edition
If there is anyone more excited about the new Bronco other than the enthusiasts, it’s the aftermarket companies. From offering a V-8 engine under the hood to creating a Baja-1000 winner-based Bronco, we’ve seen it all since the off-roader was reincarnated. But this is no way the end of it. Illinois-based Maxlider Brothers Customs has created a Midnite edition that pays homage to the 1991-92 Nite Bronco. How’s that for a double dose of nostalgia?
Does This Two-Door Ford Bronco Sport Raptor Deserve to be Built?
It’s been just a week since Ford pulled the Bronco out of the box, but we just can’t seem to catch a break from all the renderings. We’ve seen the Bronco reimagined as the erstwhile Big Oly by Saleen and even as a 6x6 pickup truck! This time, it’s the Bronco Sport’s turn to get a virtual makeover.
KDesign has transformed the Bronco Sport into a two-door SUV in the standard form and with a Raptor-twist. While both seem out of scope at this point as production vehicles, there’s no denying that this whacky build could see the light of the day at some tuner’s workshop in the future.