The 2022 Ford Mustang adds seven new exterior colors to its lineup: Grabber Blue, Brittany Blue, Cyber Orange, Dark Matter Gray, Mischievous Purple Metallic, Atlas Blue Metallic, and Eruption Green Metallic. Here’s our first look at the green option.
Assigned order code FA the new Eruption Green hue is one of 14 available exterior color options on the 2022 Ford Mustang, which include:
- Rapid Red Metallic
- Shadow Black
- Iconic Silver Metallic
- Fighter Jet Gray
- Race Red
- Oxford White
- Cyber Orange Metallic (new for 2022)
- Mischievous Purple Metallic (new for 2022)
- Dark Matter Gray Metallic (new for 2022)
- Eruption Green Metallic (new for 2022)
- Brittany Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
- Grabber Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
- Atlas Blue Metallic (new for 2022)
The new green color is a no-cost option. Its availability is limited since the new hue can’t be paired with certain trims or packages including the Ice White Appearance Package, Coastal Limited Package, Stealth Package, California Package, or Mustang Mach 1.
In addition, the new color is not available with Showstopper Red or Midnight Blue with Grabber Blue stitching leather seating, which are both options on the EcoBoost Premium and GT trim levels.
Ford Mustang Trim Levels:
- EcoBoost Premium
- GT Premium
- Mach 1
Ford Mustang Interior Color Combinations:
- Dark Ceramic
- Ebony with Metal Gray
- Showstopper Red
- Midnight Blue with Grabber Blue Stitching
- Ebony with Red Stitching
- Ebony with Dove
- Ebony with Orange
2022 Ford Mustang production began at the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant in January 2022. However, production of the pony car was temporarily paused numerous times including in late January – just a few weeks after beginning – and then again roughly one month later for a total of three weeks.
The Blue Oval has updated the 2022 Mustang with the introduction of the new Ice White Appearance Package, Stealth Edition Appearance Package, and Coastal Limited Package. The 2022 Mustang also received a slightly revised California Special package, while Mustang GT and Mach 1 modes saw a reduction of 10 horsepower and 10 pound-feet of torque to their respective outputs.
It is also worth noting that Ford is actively developing the next-generation, 2024 Ford Mustang. The upcoming seventh generation Mustang, code-named S650, won’t be available with all-wheel drive and will launch with carry-over engine options. However, two hybrid powertrain options could be added in the future, including electrified versions of Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 and 5.0L Coyote V8. In addition, Ford’s iconic pony car won’t be losing its legendary and raucous V8 any time soon.
Source: Ford Authority