First Pic of Right-Hand-Drive Mustang Surfaces
No, this image isn’t flipped. Do not adjust your display. With the advent of the 2015 Ford Mustang, it’s the first truly global edition of Ford’s popular muscle car, and that means that drivers in the U.K., Australia, South Africa and other right-hand-drive countries will soon be driving it. And now Ford has completed its first right-hand Mustang prototype, so it’s not going to be long before people start driving on the wrong side of the street with their 5-liter pony cars.
No matter how many times we look at that, it’s strange to see a Mustang with the wheel and instrument cluster on the right side of the car. It’s probably going to take us some time to let this sink in.