How Has The Mustang Evolved?

The Ford Mustang, which debuted as a concept in 1962 and on the road in 1964, is America’s favorite pony. This machine brought back its classic look recently. But before that, it went through a European phase in the 1970s through the 1980s. It didn’t look anything like a traditional Mustang.

But that’s OK because the powers at be within Ford knew it was time to bring back their beloved Mustang. By the late 1990s, the Mustang was just as sleek as the original machines.

While the Mustang’s grille and signature taillights, what’s not to love? As the Mustang enters the new era of electric vehicles, Ford will continue to make sure the Mustang doesn’t lose its special touch. And the traditional Mustang isn’t going anywhere as Ford will offer both options.

Joseph Wolkin
Joseph Wolkin is the former editor of the Levittown Tribune, Syosset-Jericho Tribune and Anton Media Group's automotive special section and county news section. A graduate of Stony Brook University, Joseph has been published in dozens of publications. He is the author of Grandma: The Story Of A Boy And His Grandma.

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