It’s official. The Ford Mustang Hybrid will make its debut in 2020. The electrified pony car will likely be the first of its kind: an American rear-drive coupe with a hybrid powertrain. Hybrids have come a long way; supercars including the Porsche 918 Spyder and McLaren P1 take advantage of the additional power of electric motors to achieve optimal performance, and this will only become more common as electrified powertrains spread across the industry. With the additional power from the electric motor and a potential power bump to the 2.3 EcoBoost engine, the Mustang Hybrid could potentially produce about 400 hp and well over 400 lb-ft.