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Ford Mustang Hatchback Renderings Rub Us the Right Way

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From the arrival of the Mustang II in 1974 to the end of Fox-body production in 1993, Ford’s pioneering pony car was offered in a handy hatchback body style. Obviously, the world (and, along with it, automotive tastes) has changed in the last 22 years, but we happen to think Ford would sell a few hatchback Mustangs today. So too, apparently, does noted digital automotive artist Theophilus Chin, who created the renderings you see here.

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Initially, Mr. Chin wanted to turn the new Mustang into a shooting brake (a.k.a. sporty 2-door wagon), but the final product wound up resembling a long-roofed “combi-coupe” like a Ferrari FF or MG MGB GT. Theophilus considered the project a fail, but shared it with the world anyway; we’re glad he did, because we consider it to be anything but a fail. Yes, slightly bigger quarter windows would be nice, but we don’t think we’d change anything else. If nothing else, a model like this would help the Mustang move even more units in Europe and other hatch-happy markets.

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    all modern mustangs are so darn bulky (read “ugly”). what about transforming the 1968 mustang fastback (like in the steve mcqueen movie “Bullitt”) into a hatchback? that ’68 retro version is not chunky like the current ford mustang & thus would look more sleek & stylish if it were resurrected as a hatchback…


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