Ford unveils all-new Mustang for 50th anniversary plans
Ford unveils all-new Mustang for 50th anniversary plans

Ford unveils all-new Mustang for 50th anniversary plans

It’s the 50th anniversary of an American icon: Ford’s classic Mustang. To celebrate, the company has released the next generation of its timeless pony.

For the first time in 34 years, Ford plans to sell it in Europe, as well as the United States.

Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s head of North and South America, chatted with Reuters recently of this release. He spoke up on how the call for more international sales is being heard loud and clear, and that they plan on bringing this Mustang places previous models have never been – not directly, anyway.

“We kept seeing them show up even though we don’t sell them in China, Australia and other places. People (are) figuring out a way to get it into the country, even though it’s not sold there, which tells you something.” – Joe Hinrichs for Ford

This is also the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, bringing some celebration to the release in addition to the normal excitement of its reveal. According to Tim Stevens at CNET, Ford’s marketing manager Jacques Brent calls this vehicle’s design “evolution, not revolution.”

Here you’ll find the addition of independent rear suspension, adaptive cruise control, and keyless ignition. The look of the vehicle is one of the Mustang family – fitting squarely inside the lineup as looking new whilst feeling classic.

The 2015 Ford Mustang works with an upgraded 5.0-liter V8 engine aside V6 and 2.3 liter EcoBoost four-cylinder (I4) options. This model’s roofline is 32mm lower than last year’s model while the front track is a full 15mm out further and the rear is out 70mm. Not things the everyday average consumer would notice, but certainly something a hardcore Mustang lover will devour.

Inside is a simple touch LCD utilizing the newest in new MyFord Touch technology. This LCD is joined by another smaller LCD panel right up front and center of the driver’s side console, right between traditional tach and speed gauges.


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