Yay, even though im not buying it.
I like the idea cause Ford needs at least one "green" or one good gas mileage Mustang, that is just a really cool looking a-to-b car. A lot of people who currently own basemodel V6 mustangs use their mustangs for this purpose, as an a-to-b car. CLEARLY they aren't having any fun with it lol might as well downsize even more to a 4 cylinder.
People who are serious about performance will get a V8 Mustang, Ford has plans to keep the V8 alive.