FordVehicles.com has just updated their website to reflect the 2005 Mustang. You can now build it online and choose options, packages and get price quotes. Either go dream a little or order one of those puppies!
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 15, 2004 – As the eagerly anticipated new 2005 Mustang begins arriving in dealer showrooms, Ford is introducing the newest version of its beloved pony car in a marketing campaign befitting its status as an automotive icon. Themed "The Legend Lives," the advertising approach is built around one truth: The 2005 Ford Mustang is the embodiment of authentic, untamed American spirit.
Ford and J. Walter Thompson USA have teamed to develop a comprehensive marketing plan that draws on Mustang’s heritage and is designed to resonate with today’s customers.
"We want to reach Mustang customers on an emotional level that’s worthy of an American legend," said Rich Stoddart, marketing communications manager, Ford Division. "All of our advertising positions the new Mustang as more than just a car – it’s a one-of-kind automotive icon."
The Ford Mustang, performance, and racing. All three have been synonymous since the car's debut in 1964, and the latest version of "America's car" will soon be the target for "hot rodders" and racers alike.
Today, Ford Racing announces a development program to expand its performance parts catalog offerings to include the new 2005 Ford Mustang. The new Mustang carries on the tradition of affordable performance and will most definitely be the target of enthusiast "tuners" and racers.
Ford Division today announced that the 2005 Ford Mustang - an all-new version of America's best-selling sports car - will be priced at $19,410 for the V-6 Coupe. The V-8 powered Ford Mustang GT will begin at $24,995, making it the most affordable 300-horsepower sports car in the industry.
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