NEW DELHI: On Tuesday the greatly expected Ford Mustang will be formally introducing in India. The GT alternative of the iconic car with a V8 engine will be go on proffer to the pouring enthusiasts in the nation. Subsequent to selling more than nine million and six generations since 1964, Ford showcased its iconic Mustang at the 2016 Auto Expo. It’s all set to launch in the country on 13th July, 2016. The current sixth generation Ford Mustang even comes with independent rear suspension which would certainly make the ride more comfortable for Indian roads. Besides the sportier Shelby avatars, Mustang comes with three engine options — 2.3-litre EcoBoost, 3.7-litre V6 and 5.0-litre V8. India will get the top-of-the-line, roaring 5.0-litre V8, which is only available in the GT versions. The Mustang has legions of fans around the globe, counting enthusiasts in India, and the American automaker is well conscious of this. Ford is likely to price the Mustang aggressively and we expect it to be priced in the vicinity of 70 lakh. The Mustang will be a CBU (completely built unit) import from Ford’s Flat Rock assembly plant in the USA.
Ford is positive of Mustang liable well in the nation, thanks as much to its influential performance as to its inheritance. In January the corporation had primary reveal the car in India and corporation representative had conveyed that the car is not objective any precise age group. Anurag Mehrotra, Ford’s executive director of marketing and sales had conveyed that, they are not actually targeting any age group predominantly with the Mustang. Traditional definitions of purchaser section are vague impression. They further conveyed that, it is not about age but about passion. And the Mustang will bring that passion out as much in a 25-year-old as a 55-year-old. Prepared with SYNC connectivity which allows drivers to control their in-car entertainment using voice commands, the Mustang brings with it a plethora of features like climate-control seats, eight-inch screen, power folding mirrors, direction-finding. Globally, Ford sold round 110,000 Mustang Coupes in 2015 – topping all other sports coupe competitors.