The Story

To celebrate the launch of the 2015 Ford Mustang and its 50th anniversary,
we are restoring a classic 1967 Mustang Fastback, but with a modern twist.

There are few names in the car world that evoke such emotion. And even fewer that can boast the same degree of longevity.

The Ford Mustang was voted Europe's most desirable car in 2013. Not bad for a car that wasn't even officially on sale there.

For 2015, however, things are different. The new Mustang is Ford's most adventurous 're-imagining' of what the Mustang means in today's world. And the big news is: it'll be coming to Europe in right-hand-drive form, for the first time in 50 years.

To celebrate, we're taking a worn-out 1960s original Mustang and restoring it from the ground up. But this isn't just a paint job and an engine tune; we'll be upgrading many of the key components to modern-day equivalents.

We'll be documenting the restoration from start to finish, but we'll also be following along as Ford gears up to release the Mustang on a whole new generation.

This is Mustang Reloaded.


The Car

We'll be upgrading many of the Mustang's components to modern-day equivalents.
The end result will almost be a brand new 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback.

What's new

Read the latest news on the Mustang Reloaded project, as well as
snippets of info from the worldwide Mustang commnunity

Right-Hand-Drive 2015 Ford Mustang

First right-hand drive Mustang prototype built

16th Aug 2014

Construction of the first right-hand-drive 2015 Mustang has been completed by engineers.

The car will now embark on a programme of testing and development to ensure the new Mustang is ready for release into new markets over the coming months.


Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

Win Gone in 60 Seconds on DVD!

24th Jul 2014

On Monday 28th July, it will be 40 years since the release of the original Gone in 60 Seconds movie starring H.B. Halicki.

The film marked the debut of Eleanor, originally a 1973 Ford Mustang Mach I, and to celebrate we are giving away a handful of copies on DVD.


2015 Ford Mustang GT with Performance Pack

2015 Mustang power and weight figures revealed

18th Jul 2014

Ford has revealed the official power and weight figures for the new 2015 Mustang.

The range starts with the 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine which develops 310hp and 320 lb/ft of torque.  In automatic guise, the EcoBoost Mustang weighs 3,524 lbs (1,598 kg) with the manual model coming in slightly heavier at 3,532 lbs (1,602 kg).