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Old 02-07-2020, 02:49 PM   #12
neg_matnik
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Originally Posted by JP Chestnut View Post
Smaller outside doesn't mean smaller inside. It's not like there's zero room for more efficient use of space.
Yes, I agree. And, Ford made improvements to S550 to make things roomier inside compared to S197.
They cut into the dashboard to improve room around the knees for instance.
All I'm saying is that there's an existing customer base for these cars; some manus may exercise caution before making drastic dimension/size changes; some other manus may not.
A smaller/lighter Mustang with a good amount of room inside is a very good thing but it's up to Ford to find out what people really want.
Or maybe it's worth exploring the introduction a newer/lighter model altogether, maybe an affordable Ford GT of sorts.
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