Read full article along with more photos at AutoGuide.comAnother Ford Mustang prototype has been spotted on the prowl, leaving us with more questions than answers.
Notably, this is the second Mustang in as many weeks to be spotted wearing camouflage covers over all four wheels, however, a peek through the cover seems to indicate this mule isn’t hiding a set of carbon-ceramic brake rotors.
Instead, it’s possible the wheel covers are concealing a set of floating rotors originally developed for the GT350. You’ll also notice the mule is rolling on a set of 305-section Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, wrapping 19-inch wheels on all four corners, confusing the sharpshooters.
Previously, a GT500 mule was spotted with 305-section Michelin Pilot Sport 4S front tires and 20-inch rims, along with what appeared to be 315-section rears, a setup nearly identical to the GT350R’s.
We can probably rule this mule out as a GT Performance Pack prototype, as Ford has already announced the 2018 GT Performance Pack will use Pilot Sport 4S tires, not the SC2s seen here.