2010 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Shows Off Why We Want A GT Spoiler Delete Option

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The rear end of the 2010 Ford Mustang GT has just been spotted (both literally and well, literally) by the intrepid spy photographers of KGP. This time, the shots reveal the pony car's badging, the new rear lights and and a revised lip spoiler. While we know Ford thinks the new 2010 Ford Mustang GT will have a lot of giddy up and go, we're thinking it probably won't be so fast it'll need that spoiler. We're just glad the 2009 model gives us the spoiler delete option, and we're hoping Ford provides a similar check box on the 2010 model. Nevertheless, we're glad the KGP photographers were quick enough to grab the new convertible in all of it's drunk Arizona State cheerleader-level of ass cleavage. And what do you think about those white retro-futuristic white reverse lights? Full spy report below the jump.

Spy Report

We caught a prototype for the 2010 Mustang Convertible with a large chunk of its rear camouflage removed, giving us our first uncovered look at the new 'Stang's tail-lights, rear spoiler, and it's revised rear badging.

The new Mustang's rear lamps have two vertical white bars breaking up the expanse of red found on the current models tail-lights. The new treatment does away with the segmented look of the current lights, for a slightly cleaner look. The internal bezels on the red lenses will also provide more dynamic, eye-catching lighting elements.

While current Mustang convertibles have a raised rear wing supported by two posts, the new 'Stang will get a smoother lip spoiler that extends directly from the top of the rear deck. The center-mounted brake light is also wider and slimmer than on the current car. The overall result appears be a cleaner, smoother, more refined look.

The final update we can see involves the large circular rear badge. The current badge has some notchy, retro detailing, while the prototype's badge displays smoother, more modern surface development.