Ford has revealed its all-new Mustang – which I am glad to say will still be offered as a coupe or convertible with a petrol engine.

The “Pony Car” (as some people like to call it) has been around for 58 years – making it the world’s best-selling sports coupe. It now features a digital cockpit with a customisable dual-display, SYNC 4 connectivity and 3D display Track Apps bring it right up to date.

There’s a choice between a 6-speed manual and a 10-speed auto gearbox.

Details have also been released on the new Dark Horse Version – which Ford claim is the ultimate expression of track capability.

The Mustang Dark Horse Version comes (as standard) with a 5.0 litre V8 engine and the Performance Package – which includes an auxiliary engine oil cooler, lighter radiator, Torsen limited-slip differential, larger rear anti-roll bars, 19-inch alloys, Brembo brakes, strut brace, Mustang Dark Horse badges and a thicker flat-bottomed steering wheel with anodised paddle shifters.

Investing in another generation of Mustang is a big statement at a time when many of our competitors are exiting the business of internal combustion vehicles. Ford, however, is turbocharging its ICE growth plan, adding connected technology, opinionated derivatives, and hybrid options to our most profitable and popular cars – all in the Ford Blue family – on top of investing $50 billion in electric vehicles through 2026.

Said Jim Farley, CEO of Ford Motor Company.


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