The 2015 Ford Mustang marked the introduction of the sixth generation of the renowned pony car, bringing a significant amount of first-ever features and technologies to the nameplate. One of these first-ever attributes is Ford’s plan to sell the vehicle globally, rather than solely in North American markets. This global availability is made possible by developing the sixth generation pony car for global markets from the get-go. And, arguably the most important attribute of developing a vehicle for sale globally is making it available in right-hand-drive.
Ford did just that in developing the sixth iteration of its pony. In fact, Ford says that the addition of a right-hand-drive Mustang to its global vehicle lineup will allow it to export the pony car to over 25 new international markets, including the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.
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Now that’s what we call a good business move. Well-done, Ford.