This isn't exactly something you see every day. Especially in the automotive industry.

If you're in the business of competitive intelligence, this *may* be one thing you're already keenly aware of. If you're coming up short on the direction of where a business *may* be heading, you would do yourself a favor to scope out a company's job postings.

That's because every once and a while, certain things that aren't supposed to get communicated externally slip through the cracks. In addition, you can get a feel for what product moves a company is making based on its staffing needs.

This particularly applies if there is a resource glut for a specialization that's needed. In the technology sector, this is seen with companies applying the most advanced forms of artificial intelligence.

Although the automotive sector is notoriously secretive, a Ford team member spilled the beans in a recent job posting. The LinkedIn job post noted that the new Ford Mustang (S650 program) is slated to arrive in 2022 as a 2023 model year vehicle.

See the image below. The job posting has been removed for obvious reasons.

It's coming in 2022, for 2023. Ford official information via Linkedin...

...Ford honestly has never used a new model code for a facelift/MCE, so it's significant? By now are they done designing the new body I imagine, if they were working on that 15 months ago.

Maybe for 2021 we'll get some minor changes? Then the big change in 2 years. Probably will start seeing mules testing later this year.

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