After 50 years of production, Ford Motor is hoping the Mustang still has the horses (and horsepower) to draw car buyers into the showroom.
The newest version of the pony car was unveiled in six cities around the world on Thursday, and while the model has historically been identified with American buyers, its new version will be sold across the globe for the first time. The automaker's executives said they believe the iconic brand's popularity will help it attract attention in a more competitive global market.
"People have been waiting for this vehicle," said CEO Alan Mulally.
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What stands out about the 2015 Mustang is that its stance is lower and wider, with wheels that are pushed out farther. At the same time, the new version includes many of the styling cues the pony car has long been known for, including the fastback spoiler.