Will it finally get independdnt rear suspension?
I would say doubtful. That would require major changes to the unibody to place the upper and lower control arms. However, the Explorer IRS system would be a great place to start.
Why, so it will lose the hop skip starts out of the hole? That's what was so cool about my 65 FB.
Doesn’t need it. The recent improvements in the LA on the Mustang are amazing and they are even better for 2011.
Comment on the 2010GT from a recent test:
“Body control with the Track pack is astounding. It doesnt pogo, doesnt shimmy, doesnt slump to the outside and clop its way through a corner. The ride may be firm, but nothing throws it off the slot-like path you cut through turns. And somehow that live axle deals with pitching and pocked pavement with much of the sure-footed poise of an independent setup. A Track-pack Mustang used only at the drag strip is a Mustang wasted.”
The 2011 handles even better:
“As we’ve previously heard, rumor has it that the ‘11 Stang with the new Coyote V8 and Track Pack with Pirelli P Zero Corsa R tires was able to lap GingerMan Raceway in South Haven, Michigan at the same rate as a current BMW M3 fine company indeed. “