Ford Mustang News

Read Ford Mustang news and reviews from Torque News. The Ford Mustang is an American automotive icon. It was immediately a success since it was launched April 17, 1964. And ever since, this pony car is the longest-running car in the American auto industry with uninterrupted production every model. Now in its sixth generation, the Mustang continues to dominate the muscle car/sports coupe segment.

The Mustang will be the last car remaining in the Ford lineup, which says a lot about this car’s importance to Ford and the industry. While sales have dropped over the last several years, Ford continues to invest in the Mustang offering high-performance variants and special edition versions. The Mustang has been sold globally in 146 countries worldwide.

Recently, Ford made a splash by introducing the Mustang Mach-E which is an all-electric crossover. By using the Mustang name on this vehicle it shows Ford values the iconic name and value of the Mustang badge. More than 10 million Mustangs have been sold since its creation. There is no intention of discontinuing the Mustang as a pony car/sports coupe and there will be an electrified version of the Mustang pony car in coming years to go along with GT350, GT500 and a new Mach 1 version to continue this iconic nameplate.

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Ford Mustang Prepares For An EV Future, What Will It Need To Do To Adapt?

The Ford Mustang has always been one of the most visible and iconic members of the muscle car family. A big burbly V8 and gobs of performance have always been Mustang trademarks for years. But with rival Stellantis teasing a potential EV future for the muscle car segment with a mysterious EV muscle car concept, what does Ford need to do to help prep the Mustang for electron-powered performance?
2022 Ford Maverick Has Seatbelt Problem

Ford Recalls Transit Vans To Repair Rear Driveshaft Problem; 2022 Maverick, Mustang Mach-E Rear Seatbelt Issues

Ford has had a number of recalls recently. They continue with fixes for rear driveshaft problems for Ford Transit vans and for problems with rear seatbelt assemblies in Maverick compact pickups and Mustang Mach-Es.
Purdue Researchers Work On Quick-Charge Cable -- Photo Courtesy Purdue University and Ford Motor Co.

Ford, Purdue Have High Hopes For Self-Cooling Quick-Charge Cable

Thanks to the work that Ford Motor Co. and Purdue University researchers are doing right now it is quite possible that within a couple of years, owners of electric vehicles like the Mustang Mach-E, E-Transit van, or the F-150 Lightning pickup will be able to quick- charge their vehicles without the need for huge cables.

2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets Better Battery, Minor Changes For 2022

The Ford Mustang Mach-E has emerged as a very potent EV offering for Ford, but one complaint that has dogged it since its rollout into dealerships is that lower trims lack the range needed for long-distance commuting. Ford has solved this problem, with the company revealing that the electrified member of the Mustang family will get a bigger battery pack for 2022.
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Ford’s July Sales Numbers Reveal Some Good News And Some Bad News

With chip shortages and other production issues, as expected, Ford’s retails sales are down 37% compared to July 2020. EV sales, led by Mustang Mach-E continue to grow incrementally for Ford as they also see brisk advance orders for Ford Maverick and F-150 Lightning. Bronco and Bronco Sport lead the way for Ford heading into remaining part of 2021.

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