2014 Mustang gets new FP6 Appearance Package


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The 2014 Ford Mustang doesn't have much in the way of updates compared to the previous model year, highlighted by two new colors and the addition of appearance packages for both the V6 and GT. When the 2014 Mustang online configurator went live last month we took a look at the FP8 appearance package for the Mustang GT and didn't notice anything too special. We somehow missed the FP6 package for the V6 model, though, but thankfully spotted it during our most recent time on Ford's web site. While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we think it's one of the best looking Mustangs Ford currently offers.

Available on the standard Mustang V6 coupe (no Premium and Convertible) with either transmission, the FP6 Appearance Package includes 18-inch gloss black painted wheels, a set of body-colored window louvers, a gloss black rear spoiler and gloss black mirror caps. We especially dig the wheels, which stand out in contrast to bright colors like Grabber Blue or make the car look downright menacing when paired with Sterling Gray or Black. Best of all the package is fairly affordable at only $795. The only downside? You can't combine it with the V6 Performance Package.

You can see the 2014 Ford Mustang V6 with the FP6 Appearance Package in the entire range of colors below, and let us know your favorite in the comments.

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Matthew Kolabinski (Fri, 22 Feb 2013 15:38:31 -0800): Yes, please. I am in favor of this!
Matthew Kolabinski (Fri, 22 Feb 2013 18:15:22 -0800): I'm a fan, personally. But I won't go anywhere near defending their aesthetic choices other then to say Ford, like all of the Big 3, is still heavily influenced by European design language and, for some inexplicable reason when it comes to their special/limited/make-you-pay-more-for-not-much cars, a penchant for what was popular in the JDM tuner market about 8 years ago. It's a confusing mix of stuff, I admit. And it's totally not for everyone, I say speaking as an S197 owner. But I, personally, like the trend. And yeah, those wheels are badass.
Matthew Kolabinski (Fri, 22 Feb 2013 18:17:27 -0800): Also, 18's = cheaper to replace the rubber, and easier, then on 19's given that not everyone who buys the PP car is going to replace the tires or wheels. Just a thought.
Dan Vogel (Tue, 26 Feb 2013 14:36:03 -0800): I'm glad I got the 2013 base conv. and put my own style on it. From what everyone tells me I did good. If your going to buy a mustang, do it before 2015' when ford is going after the european market. It is getting a new look, it not bad, jus not a mustang to me.


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