Mid last week, TIME has just got an exclusive look at the iconic American muscle car on it’s sixth generation —-the Ford’s all-new 2015 Mustang.
Marking it’s 50th after Ford’s introduced the Mustang at the New York World’s Fair, the company is now targeting greater market with a full redesign to match the tastes and demand worldwide.
The all-new Ford Mustang got wider, lower and now with flashy streamlined aerodynamics, much aggressive than to what we know masculine Mustang. It’s set to be available next year as a 2015 model and notably the first Mustang to be produced for foreign markets as Ford open its iconic western horses as a global breed powered by an optional 4-cylinder, turbo-charged engine.
Ford told TIME, that the company will be producing the right Mustang’s demand for Europe and Asia while leaving the known western muscle car to American consumers. Apparently, this project had to be rebooted as it will cost Ford millions to produced multiple versions of the Mustang per market, fortunately it has been pushed through as the company is aiming to have its known brand be profitably available across different markets.
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