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The essential character of iconic Mustang

Edward Green |
The all-new Ford Mustang is on sale across Europe for the first time in more than 50 years and it's prompting huge interest and a stampede of orders.

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The all-new Ford Mustang covers 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in less than five seconds with the 5.0 litre V8 engine, or in just less than six seconds with the more fuel-efficient 2.3 litre EcoBoost engine. Available in ten distinctive colours, the all-new Ford Mustang evokes the essential character of the iconic car with a contemporary design and classic elements. The multilayer insulated cloth top ensures the convertible offers a sleek profile when the roof is folded back, and a quiet cabin.

Selectable Drive Modes help ensure the Mustang set-up perfectly matches driver mood and purpose. On a twisty road or a weekend track day, a tap on the toggle switches quickly adjusts steering effort, engine response, transmission and electronic stability control settings to Normal, Sport+ Track. A Snow/Wet setting is designed for slippery conditions.

The most technically advanced Mustang ever also features a new chassis with independent front and rear suspension. The handling has been developed to deliver high levels of balance, responsiveness and fun, creating a new benchmark for Mustang performance. Technology for the all-new Ford Mustang includes advanced voice-activated connectivity system SYNC 2 that enables drivers to voice control audio, navigation, climate control and connected mobile phones.

Well-known Ford Mustang owners have included Bill Clinton, Jim Morrison, Jay Leno and Kelly Clarkson, and the Mustang name has become a part of American popular culture. More than nine million Ford Mustangs have been sold worldwide since the first model launched in 1964. The world’s most-liked vehicle on Facebook (with more than eight million likes), Ford Mustang has made more than 9,000 appearances in television, music and video games, so - what are you waiting for?

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