J Mays was given the task of remaking Ford's iconic Mustang pony car after achieving fame as an automotive designer. Read in his own words how he designed Mustang to satisfy an increasingly urban society.
The redesigned 2005 Ford Mustang and the 2006 Mustang and 2007 Mustang models it spawned showcase everything thatâ€™s best about Americaâ€™s favorite pony car. Go behind the scenes to learn all about the newest Mustang.
The mission for Ford's Special Vehicle Team was "to use the best-available resources from both inside and outside Ford to explore new ways of creating and marketing high-performance vehicles." Learn more about Ford's SVT group.
Ford Mustang magic has much to do with things that facts and figures can't capture. Nevertheless, there is a lot about this legendary car that is quantifiable. Here's a by-the-numbers look at every Ford Mustang since 1965.
Mustangâ€™s silver anniversary was golden indeed for Ford coming during one of the iconâ€™s best-loved generations. Learn how the 1987-1993 generation managed to survive slumping sales in a sputtering economy to maintain its popularity.
Leading up to 1994 Ford held off the pony-car competition by creating a stronger sleeker more agile Mustang. Learn about the best Mustang in years arriving in time for the original pony car's 30th birthday
April, 13 1964 was a big day for Lee Iacocca. He introduced his brainchild the Ford Mustang to the world lauding its versatility ranging from bargain to high-performance versions. Read excerpts of his unveiling speech.
The Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 isn't just another souped-up Mustang. With 500 horsepower, it's the most powerful Mustang ever to roll off a factory production line. See what sets the GT500 apart from other Mustang models.