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  • Sheryll Mericido

Ford Mustang sells the most sports cars globally in 10 years

According to a Ford analysis of registration data from S&P Global Mobility*, the Ford Mustang®, which is commemorating its 59th birthday, has sold the most sports cars globally over the last 10 years combined. "We're proud of the entire Mustang family, what it represents to Ford, and especially our passionate Mustang owners and fans," said Dave Bozeman, Vice President of Enthusiast Vehicles for Ford Blue and Ford Customer Service Division. "It's our commitment to serving Mustang's global community, from Atlanta to Adelaide and beyond, that has earned Mustang the honor of being the world's best-selling sports car for 10 years combined." Ford internal data shows that 78% of global sales of the Mustang are still made in the United States, where demand is still the highest. Sales of the Mustang increased in several markets in 2022, including Germany (17.0%), Britain (14.4%), Switzerland (14.9%), and the Middle East (7.4%).

The brand-new, seventh-generation Ford Mustang, which offers the appeal, sound, and appearance of the world's best-selling sports car of the past 10 years combined, adds a new chapter to an icon. Mustang offers alternatives at various pricing points and performance levels, whether it's a convertible or a coupe, a V8 or a turbocharged 4-cylinder.

A 2.3-liter EcoBoost and the most potent 5.0-liter Coyote V8 ever for the Mustang GT are the two new engines for the Mustang. Additionally, a brand-new electronic drift brake is available and offers the ability to remotely crank the car's motor using the key fob. These two features can let anyone learn to drift like Vaughn Gittin Jr.

As the first new performance name for the brand since Mustang Bullitt was introduced in 2001, Mustang Dark HorseTM expands the lineup. It aims to set a new standard for both street and track performance that can only be achieved by a Mustang with menacing looks and a specially modified 5.0-liter V8 that produces 500 horsepower.

The electric member of the Mustang family, the Mustang Mach-E® SUV, is currently offered in 39 nations. With recent debuts in Taiwan and Australia, the Mustang Mach-E® SUV, the electric addition to the Mustang family, is now available in 39 nations. Since the model's launch over two years ago, Ford has produced its 150,000th Mustang Mach-E, a notable achievement as the company ramps up EV production to a rate of 600,000 annually by late 2023 and more than 2 million annually by 2026.

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