The Mustang, developed and homologated by DJRTP, split opinion when the prototype was first unveiled in a disguise livery back in November.
The bubble-style roof, a need for control of the Supercars chassis, with its low, nasal evaporation and large rear backs helped fuel the fire of mixed social media reactions.
According to the Story, the Supercar regulation means the draping of two-door chassis cars will always lead to a & # 39; polarizing & # 39;
He also said that the lighting of the livery ran in the lead in the test of aerodynamic homologation made worse things, which are now silenced by cars appearing in traditional liveries.
"I think this will always be a little polarizing, in terms of the decisions we need to take to make sure we meet the rules of Supercars and effectively bring the Mustang to control chassis, "he said at the opening of Shell-ba cked Penske Mustang.
"It's always going to be difficult. I think there are a few things to look at cammo livery, it's almost too good a job hiding some car elements, but it's definitely done for a good unveil today's and soft release of Ford last week was quite exciting for the people at
"Surely we've kept some things on our sleeve, which is good.
"I think some of the mixed reactions have become interesting, but we take it in our stride" I think the car in his war paint looks at the goods and I think the Brian Novak from Ford Performance said this was best – no ugly car at the successful lane. "
While the high-roof line of the control chassis has many faults for the dimensions of Mustang, there's some elements – like the back of the wings and the lower nose – are more closely aligned with aero efficiency than responding to a Supercar-ordered regulation.
While not expanding the details of the aero package, the Story admitted that performance During the forefront of the aesthetics.
"This is a critical part of the story for us," he said.
"We are talking about our relationship with Ford in terms of yet this car and Ford Performance role play, but it is also important to understand and appreciate the role played by Ford Asia Pacific Design Studio in terms of car aesthetic and ensures that we keep the Mustang DNA there.
"The main player in the development of the car is Ford Performance, so the hint is probably in the name …"
Scott McLaughlin, who used the Mustang to defend his title of Supercars, said that fun he had the final look of the car in its proper liver, after running the Ford Performance livery over the past week of his new chassis.
"I love it. The back of the wing is a little talk about a lot of people, but once I see it on the stickers it looks really cool," he said.
"I think it looks hard."
He also said that there is no great difference in appearance from the cockpit, with internal and visible portions of the exterior that are very similar to Falcon.
"You will not notice it," he said.
"The only thing you will notice is that there is no [bonnet] scoop anymore
" But if I was thrown into the car blindfolded the only reason I would know is the glass Mirrors are the only giveaway
" Aside from that, sitting in the car around everyone is just like this. "