Matt Hilburn's 2015 Ford Mustang GT350

This 2015 Ford Mustang GT350 Rendering Paints a Pretty Picture of Future Ford Performance

Many folks in the automotive world expect that the next generation high performance Mustang will be named the GT350 and the rendering shown here based on the 2015 Ford Mustang shows what could be a very, very good looking super-Stang when it finally makes its bit debut.

Although Ford Motor Company hasn’t had much to say about the future of the SVT/Shelby Mustang lineup, it is widely believed that the evolutionary “replacement” to the 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 will be the 2015/2016 Ford Mustang GT350. This belief is supposed by internal Ford computer programs that list the GT350 as an upcoming model so while Ford hasn’t stated that there is a GT350 coming – you have to wonder why else they would have that name in their computer system if there wasn’t something on the way.

In any case, a friend of mine emailed me the rendering shown above of the 2015 Ford Mustang GT350 sitting in front of the Hollywood Chinese Theater and while I don’t know the origin of this rendering, the watermark indicates that it was done by Matt HIlburn of Hilburn Automotive. I was unable to locate this rendering on his website but that is his watermark and with his history of great looking Mustang renders, I would believe that this is his handy work. You can click here to check out some of Matt Hilburn’s other work on his website.

Hilburn has taken the 2015 Ford Mustang GT and add a huge chin spoiler to the standard GT front fascia and after removing the running pony from the grille, a Cobra logo appears to be located on the passenger’s side of the GT-styled grille. This rendering also has the Mustang GT350 wearing a vented hood that is similar in style to what is featured on the current Shelby GT500 Mustang. Along the sides, this GT350 Mustang wears additional vents located right before the front wheels with another Cobra badge, a more pronounced lower side skirt and a set of GT350 stripes that are reminiscent of the first generation Shelby Mustangs. This GT350 also sports a set of large SVT wheels and an imagined suspension change that has the body sitting tightly around those huge wheels. Finally, Hilburn added a set of rear quarter window louvers that also pay tribute to the glory days of the American muscle car and while there is no rear image of the rendering – it looks like this car may also feature a subtle, low profile rear spoiler that is also borrowed from the old school Shelby Mustangs.

Please, consider donating any amount to TorqueNews to help reduce advertising on the site.

Realistically, if the next generation Ford Mustang performance package is to be called the GT350, I would expect that it could look a great deal like the rendering shown here. I expect that the GT350 will be a bit more subtle than the current GT500 and there is no question that while this car is clearly modified beyond the levels of the 2015 Mustang GT – it isn’t more aggressive than the outgoing GT500. Best of all, the few changes made to the 2015 Mustang GT to create this GT350 make a huge difference in making an already sharp looking sports car even better looking. I love the look of this GT350 rendering and I’m hoping that Ford takes a similar approach to the real thing whenever they decide to announce the future of the high performance Mustang lineup.

Ford Motor Company is expected to put on a big shindig for the mighty Mustang at the 2014 New York International Auto Show so if the new high performance Mustang GT350 doesnt debut in Detroit next week (and I suspect that it will not debut in Detroit), perhaps the Big Apple will be the debut point for the newest high performance Ford Mustang.