Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang represents one of the most appreciated models in the muscle car segment, a vehicle manufactured by Ford starting 1964 along five generations. The first Mustang entered production in mid-April 1964 being designed at the Lincoln-Mercury Division studios by Joe Oros. At that time, Ford Mustang benefited from a variety of engine choices ranging from a 2.8-liter engine with 105 horses to a more powerful 4.7-liter V8 able to produce 271 horsepower and 423 Nm of torque.

Ford Mustang

Ten years later, in 1974, Ford introduced the second generation Mustang which has been offered as two-door coupe and three-door hatchback.

Ford Mustang

The new model also known as Mustang II benefited from three units, an entry-level 2.3-liter I4 engine, a more powerful 2.8-liter V6 and also a 4.9-liter V8 with 140 horsepower, a unit introduced in 1975.

Ford Mustang

In 1979 Ford revealed the third generation Mustang in three different variants, namely coupe, hatchback and convertible and a variety of trim levels ranging from L, GL, GLX to the Cobra R introduced in 1993.

Ford Mustang

Also known as “SN-95”, the fourth-generation Mustang entered the market in 1994 with a radically new design and two body styles, two-door coupe and convertible. The 2004 NAIAS was the place where Ford unveiled the newest Mustang, a model also known as “S-917” which regained its muscle car look being offered in the same two variants as the previous generation.

Ford Mustang Interior

Ford offered a variety of engines with outputs ranging from 210 horsepower available on the base model to 550 ponies for the Shelby GT500

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