Ford to Increase Mustang Production to Meet Runaway Consumer Demand

by shnack on Saturday, March 19, 2005

DEARBORN, Mich., March 17, 2005 - What's an auto company to do when demand for a hot model exceeds supply? Give the customers what they want.

Ford today announced that it will take production of the hot new Mustang to more than 192,000 units in 2005 - an increase of more than 70 percent, or 80,000 units, from the previous year.

Ford SVT Cobra Mustang set to unveil in NY

by shnack on Tuesday, March 8, 2005
05 March 2005
Robert Lane

Dearborn, Michigan. Ford Motor Company is set to introduce the next-generation SVT Cobra Mustang at the New York International Auto Show this March.

Ford Motor Company has one press conference scheduled for the NYIAS on 23 March at 1:00pm, EST.

With the cancellation of the SVT Focus and SVT F150 Lightning, the SVT Mustang remains the only product in SVT's lineup.

2005 Ford Mustang Named 2005 Canadian Car of the Year

by shnack on Thursday, February 17, 2005

-2005 Ford Mustang named 'Canadian Car of the Year' by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada.

-Mustang sales galloped to a second straight sales increase in January, its best since 2001.

-All-new Mustang convertible model arrives in dealer showrooms this spring for an additional volume boost.

TORONTO, ON - February 16, 2005 - Ford Mustang - an icon of North-American performance and the best-selling sports car in the country - today was named 'Canadian Car of the Year' for 2005.

2005 Ford Racing Mustang captured a one-two finish in the Grand Am Cup Series

by shnack on Saturday, February 5, 2005

Daytona Beach, Fla., Feb. 5, 2005 - Making its racing debut today at Daytona International Speedway, the 2005 Ford Racing Mustang captured a one-two finish in the Grand Am Cup Series season-opener with Blackforest Motorsports driver Tom Natassi taking the checkered flag followed by Multimatic Motorsports driver Scott Maxwell. The Ford Racing Mustang, developed by Ford Racing Technology and Multimatic, a Canadian-based engineering company, is a factory-engineered race vehicle built to Grand Am Cup specifications and available through Ford Racing Performance Parts.

Mustang Returns To Sports Car Racing

by shnack on Thursday, January 27, 2005

Ford Racing Mustang GT to Compete in Grand Am Cup

DEARBORN, Mich., Jan. 25 - The Ford Mustang and sports car racing. The two have gone hand-in-hand since the car's debut in 1964, and the latest version of Ford's "pony car" will soon be returning to the track in the Grand-Am Cup Series.

Today, Ford Racing and the Grand American Road Racing Series announce that Ford Racing's 2005 Mustang GT race car has been homologated to compete in the GS Class of Grand-Am Cup. The Ford Racing Mustang GT race car is based off the all-new 2005 Mustang GT that recently hit showroom floors at Ford dealerships around the country.

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