The History and Evolution of the Ford Mustang!

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Original Design:- Commonly know as "American Muscle", Ford Mustang was the first Pony Car of American History. Original Design:- Commonly know as "American Muscle", Ford Mustang was the first Pony Car of American History.

Original Design:- Commonly know as "American Muscle", Ford Mustang was the first Pony Car of American History.

First Generation:- The first Ford Mustang launched in 1964 and was Ford’s most successful launch since the 1928 Ford Model A. Manufacturing began on March 9th, 1964 in Michigan and unveiled to the public at The New York World’s Fair on April 17th, 1964. First Generation:- The first Ford Mustang launched in 1964 and was Ford’s most successful launch since the 1928 Ford Model A. Manufacturing began on March 9th, 1964 in Michigan and unveiled to the public at The New York World’s Fair on April 17th, 1964.

First Generation:- The first Ford Mustang launched in 1964 and was Ford’s most successful launch since the 1928 Ford Model A. Manufacturing began on March 9th, 1964 in Michigan and unveiled to the public at The New York World’s Fair on April 17th, 1964.

Second Generation:- After the oil crises in 1973 Mustang II was the only small car that could compete with Celica and Capri. Second Generation:- After the oil crises in 1973 Mustang II was the only small car that could compete with Celica and Capri.

Second Generation:- After the oil crises in 1973 Mustang II was the only small car that could compete with Celica and Capri.

Third Generation:- 1979 brought changes to the Mustang which were based on the Fox platform; bigger boot space and extra space for additional passengers. This model came with three variants namely - hatchback, convertible, coupe and notch-back. Third Generation:- 1979 brought changes to the Mustang which were based on the Fox platform; bigger boot space and extra space for additional passengers. This model came with three variants namely - hatchback, convertible, coupe and notch-back.

Third Generation:- 1979 brought changes to the Mustang which were based on the Fox platform; bigger boot space and extra space for additional passengers. This model came with three variants namely - hatchback, convertible, coupe and notch-back.

Fourth Generation:- This was Mustang's first rear-wheel drive vehicle. The 1999 Mustang was re-designed with the newly launched Edge styling theme to include larger wheel arches, sharper contours and creases within the body work. Fourth Generation:- This was Mustang's first rear-wheel drive vehicle. The 1999 Mustang was re-designed with the newly launched Edge styling theme to include larger wheel arches, sharper contours and creases within the body work.

Fourth Generation:- This was Mustang's first rear-wheel drive vehicle. The 1999 Mustang was re-designed with the newly launched Edge styling theme to include larger wheel arches, sharper contours and creases within the body work.

Fifth Generation:- The new age had arrived and and so did this beast, the base model had a thumping 210 HP cast-iron block 4.0 L V6 engine and The GT added an aluminum block with a 4.6 L V8 engine featuring variable camshaft timing. Fifth Generation:- The new age had arrived and and so did this beast, the base model had a thumping 210 HP cast-iron block 4.0 L V6 engine and The GT added an aluminum block with a 4.6 L V8 engine featuring variable camshaft timing.

Fifth Generation:- The new age had arrived and and so did this beast, the base model had a thumping 210 HP cast-iron block 4.0 L V6 engine and The GT added an aluminum block with a 4.6 L V8 engine featuring variable camshaft timing.

Sixth Generation:-Mustang showcased changes such as a widened and lowered body, new colors and a trapezoidal grill. Engines options included 2.3 L EcoBoost four-cylinder, 3.7 L 300 HP V6 and The 5.0 L Coyote 435HP V8 in automatic and manual transmissions. Sixth Generation:-Mustang showcased changes such as a widened and lowered body, new colors and a trapezoidal grill. Engines options included 2.3 L EcoBoost four-cylinder, 3.7 L 300 HP V6 and The 5.0 L Coyote 435HP V8 in automatic and manual transmissions.

Sixth Generation:-Mustang showcased changes such as a widened and lowered body, new colors and a trapezoidal grill. Engines options included 2.3 L EcoBoost four-cylinder, 3.7 L 300 HP V6 and The 5.0 L Coyote 435HP V8 in automatic and manual transmissions.

The Ford Mustang has been in continuous manufacturing of cars for more than 50 years. During its initial 49 years, the Ford Mustang gained a global fan base with over 5 million fans on Facebook. The combination of the automobile’s unique style with affordability and performance resulted in a new class or sports cars.
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Ford Motor Company has launched the Mustang GT in India at Rs 65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) Ford Motor Company has launched the Mustang GT in India at Rs 65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)

Ford Motor Company has launched the Mustang GT in India at Rs 65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)

It took over 50 years for Ford Mustang to come to India but the machine looks as amazing in flesh and bone as in pictures. Worth the wait! It took over 50 years for Ford Mustang to come to India but the machine looks as amazing in flesh and bone as in pictures. Worth the wait!

It took over 50 years for Ford Mustang to come to India but the machine looks as amazing in flesh and bone as in pictures. Worth the wait!

Mustang has a legacy of over five decades. "It will bring that passion out as much in a 25-year-old as a 55-year-old,” says Ford India ED Mustang has a legacy of over five decades. "It will bring that passion out as much in a 25-year-old as a 55-year-old,” says Ford India ED

Mustang has a legacy of over five decades. "It will bring that passion out as much in a 25-year-old as a 55-year-old,” says Ford India ED

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A 1,000bhp 1965 Ford Mustang A 1,000bhp 1965 Ford Mustang

A 1,000bhp 1965 Ford Mustang

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