In 2010 the Mustang was redesigned by Doug Gaffka who also redesigned the 2008 and 2009 Bullitt Mustang. The Mustang's new exterior was an evolution of the 2005-2009 Mustang but sculpted to be leaner and more muscular.
A redesigned 2010 Ford Mustang was unveiled by the press at 12:01 AM EST on November 18, 2008, prior to the Los Angeles International Auto Show. It went on sale in the spring of 2009. The 2010 Mustang is a revision of the 2005–2009 models, remaining on the D2C platform. The chief designer of the 2010 Mustang is Doug Gaffka, who was previously responsible for the 2008–2009 Bullitt and other Ford vehicles. The new Mustang's exterior is an evolution of 2005–2009 Mustang, being sculpted for a leaner, more muscular appearance and better aerodynamic performance. Specific changes to the exterior include a restyled Mustang emblem, a new headlight design with integrated turn signals, a prominent powerdome hood to complement the car's muscular exterior, and revised three-lens taillights with LEDs that blink in sequence for turn indication. Additionally, the 2010 Mustang GT uses smaller fog lights than the 2005–2009 models though they are still mounted in the car's grille. Fog lights on V6 models (a part of a revised Pony Package first introduced for 2006) are now mounted in the lower fascia below the grille. In all models, the radio antenna has been moved to the rear of the car and the lock for the trunk no longer features a keyhole on the trunk lid, substituting with a remote trunk release only. In spite of its changes, the 2010 Mustang's overall exterior dimensions are nearly identical to the 2005–2009 models.
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