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Here’s a great news for Mustang owners and fans all over the world – Ford has rolled out the 10 millionth Mustang at its Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan, USA. The 10 millionth Mustang is a 453.7bhp Wimbledon White GT V8 six-speed convertible model.
The company celebrated this milestone by flying three WWII-era P-51 Mustang fighter planes over the facility while Ford employees and Mustang owners volunteered to parade Mustang sportscars produced for more than five decades from Dearborn to Flat Rock, where the car currently is manufactured. Furthermore, 60 Mustang owners came together to pay a tribute to the legend by spelling out’10,000,000’with their cars.
Read our review of the Ford Mustang GT here
On the rollout of the 10 millionth Mustang, Jim Farley, president of global markets, Ford Motor Company said “Mustang is the heart and soul of this company and a favourite around the world. I get the same thrill seeing a Mustang roll down a street in Detroit, London or Beijing that I felt when I bought my first car – a 1966 Mustang coupe that I drove across the country as a teenager. Mustang is a smile-maker in any language”.
The Ford Mustang is one of the best selling sportscars in the world since the last century and has been the world’s best selling sportscars for three years straight. According to Ford, the Mustang has also featured in more movies and has more Facebook followers than any other car in the world!
Last month Ford celebrated 50 years of the Warner Bros. Picture’s classic film ‘Bullitt’ by showcasing the 1968 Mustang GT alongside the launch of the special edition Ford Mustang Bullitt at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Here’s a list of important Mustang Launches (by model year)
|2019||Limited-edition Mustang Bullitt with 480 horsepower|
|2018||Updated style, new 5.0-liter V8 engine with 460 horsepower and Performance Pack II|
|2015||All-new sixth generation Mustang, first with independent rear suspension and Shelby GT350 / GT350R with flat-plane crank 5.2-liter V8|
|2012||First Boss 302 since 1971 returns with 444 horsepower V8|
|2011||All-new 412-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 Mustang GT debuts|
|2008||Iconic Bullitt Mustang returns|
|2007||California Special edition returns|
|2004||Dearborn Assembly Plant ends 40 years of Mustang production moves to Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Mich.|
|2003||Mustang Mach 1 model returns with Ram-Air “Shaker” hood scoop|
|2001||Debut of Mustang Bullitt limited-edition salute to movie car|
|2000||SVT Mustang Cobra “R” race version returns|
|1993||Limited production SVT Mustang Cobra debuts|
|1984||Mustang SVO debuts|
|1982||Mustang GT returns after 12-year absence|
|1979||Euro-styled “Fox” platform Mustang debuts|
|1976||Cobra II joins the lineup|
|1974||Mustang II debuts amid gas crisis; no V8 engine offered until 1975|
|1970||Ram-Air “Shaker” hood offered|
|1969||High-performance Boss 302 and Boss 429 introduced|
|1968||Mustang 390 GT stars with Steve McQueen in “Bullitt”; 428 Cobra Jet engine debuts|
|1965||Shelby GT350 introduced; Mustang 2+2 with full fastback roof debuts|