Need for Speed 2014 Mustang GT

This is the Coolest 2015 Ford Mustang Ad Yet

The 2015 Ford Mustang will make its big screen debut in the upcoming action racing flick Need for Speed so it should come as no surprise that the newest – and most exciting – 2015 Mustang is themed after the fast paced movie starring Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul.

When Need for Speed opens in theaters around the country on March 14th, it will be the first major motion picture to feature the new 2015 Ford Mustang. Much like the Need for Speed video game series, the Need for Speed movie is all about adrenaline fueled street racing and the mighty Mustang will be well represented by both the new S550 Mustang and the heavily modified 2015 Mustang GT hero car (shown above in silver and blue). Need for Speed will likely be one of the fastest paced movies of the year so it should come as no shock that a Need for Speed-based 2015 Ford Mustang commercial is the most exciting piece of marketing that we have seen for the new muscle car – shy of the multinational debut.

“This is the first time anyone will get to see the new Mustang in a film, and ‘Need for Speed’ embodies the spirit of what Mustang is all about,” says Steve Ling, Ford car marketing manager. “We hope the movie gets the audience really excited about what automobiles are all about, to understand the passion that goes into creating Mustang.”

Need for Speed stars Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad, a renegade racer who has been convicted of a crime and sent to jail but he can regain his freedom through a series of high stake races in million dollar hypercars – and a super modified 2014 Ford Mustang GT. The storyline might not be the most realistic but as car-guy movies go…we can expect Need for Speed to be legendary. Even if the storyline is as farfetched as it gets, Need for Speed should be a remarkable action movie packed full of outrageous automotive stunts that will make the Fast and the Furious crew blush.


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