No, your eyes aren't deceiving you. That's a 2015 Ford Mustang with the steering wheel on the right.
Ford engineers recently finished building the first right-hand-drive prototype for the redesigned pony car. Until now, the Mustang has been a left-hand-drive vehicle only, designed and manufactured primarily to sell in North America.
But the new Mustang was developed to sell in about 120 countries, up from 35 for the current model. It will be sold for the first time in 25 right-hand-drive countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.
The first right-hand-drive Mustangs will go on sale in the first half of next year after the home-market launch this fall. All Mustangs will be made in Ford's Flat Rock, Mich., assembly plant.