2015 Ford Mustang Offered in Colorful Palette, Including Three New Shades | Edmunds

2015 Ford Mustang Offered in Colorful Palette, Including Three New Shades


Just the Facts:
  • The freshly redesigned 2015 Ford Mustang will be available in 10 colors at launch, three of them brand-new to the model.
  • Perhaps the most striking of the color choices is Triple Yellow, named for its special three-step painting process.
  • The other colors new to the 2015 Ford Mustang are Magnetic, a medium gray, and Guard, which is a charcoal shade with green undertones.

DEARBORN, Michigan — The freshly redesigned 2015 Ford Mustang will be available in 10 colors at launch, three of them brand-new to the model.

Perhaps the most striking of the 2015 Mustang's color choices is a hue that Ford calls Triple Yellow. Even though there is actually a Yellow Mustang Club, it's been a few years since Ford has made a bright yellow available on its iconic pony car. This bold, non-metallic color gets its name from a special three-step painting process that Ford says provides extra depth and saturation.

The two other colors that are new to the 2015 Ford Mustang are Magnetic and Guard, both of which come from the silver-gray end of the palette. Magnetic is a medium gray, not very flashy, perhaps, but it does a nice job of showing off the Mustang's sleek lines. Guard is more of a charcoal shade with subtle green undertones that should really pop in bright light.

Making a return to the Mustang lineup for 2015 is Competition Orange, a color that has been used on Mustangs in the past, most recently on the 2012 Boss 302. Another non-metallic color, it's not a gaudy shade but more of a burnt orange that should appeal to a wide range of buyers.

Other colors available on the 2015 Ford Mustang include Race Red, Ruby Red, Deep Impact Blue, Ingot Silver, Black and Oxford White.

"These are the colors that will be available at launch," Mustang Global Communications Coordinator Brian Cotter told Edmunds. "It's possible that additional colors could be added during the model year, but none have been announced at this time."

Edmunds says: It's hard to choose, but Triple Yellow seems like it would liven things up a bit.

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