The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is boss, and getting bossier, if a report by Mustangs Daily is to be believed. A reporting suggests the 2013 Mustang Boss 302 will gain a new retro-inspired livery, along with a few new pieces of modern technology.
Mustangs Daily reports that changes to the 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 will mostly be cosmetic. For starters, the Mustang forum maniacs expect the 2013 Boss 302 to wear the same graphics its daddy did all the way back in 1970. If true, expect the 2012’s C-stripes — patterned after those used on the 1969 Boss 302 — to be replaced by hockey-stick stripes that wrap over the front fenders and into a hood graphic. Allegedly, the 2013 Boss should also feature some of the same colors too; Gotta Have It Green, School Bus Yellow, Grabber Blue, and a new white and red are among the colors rumored to be added to the Boss 302’s color palate.
Besides the throwback colors and livery, the 2013 Mustang Boss 302 is also expected to get some modern creature comforts. Mustangs Daily expects the 2013 Boss 302 to get HID headlamps (no word on whether they’ll be optional or standard), Sync, and a new 4.2-inch LCD message screen placed in between the speedo and tachometer.
Ford representatives were unable to comment on the report. That said, we’d love to see the nouveau Boss return for another model year, and think the ’70 Boss 302 stripe design would look great on the new car. Fingers crossed…
Source: Mustangs Daily