Ford is so delighted with the burgeoning worldwide sales of its 60-year-old, petrol-powered Mustang that it is contemplating launching a new range of “authentic” combustion-engined variants that could include a four-door model for the first time in history.
Speaking exclusively to Autocar at the recent Goodwood Members’ Meeting – where he raced an Alan Mann-prepared Mustang V8 Notchback – Ford CEO Jim Farley claimed the Mustang is now “by far” the world’s best-selling coupé and has developed a huge body of followers worldwide.
However, he acknowledged that new derivatives would only be accepted by these supporters if they had the “performance and attitude” of existing models.

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Say What? Four Door V8 Powered Mustang Is A Possibility For The First Time

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