In December 2013 was unveiled the sixth-generation of the Ford Mustang and went on sale for the 2015 model year. The redesigned pony car is way different than its predecessor, being the first to feature an independent rear suspension. The new Ford Mustang is the first to be marketed and sold globally, and the first to receive a right-hand drive version from the factory. Also, since the third-generation this pony car is the first car to feature a turbocharged, four-cylinder engine.
What Makes The Ford Mustang Le Mans 50th Anniversary Edition Special
The beast comes wrapped in Shadow Black Mica with gray racing stripes on the roof, hood, and trunk lid. The Mustang also features a “50th Anniversary” badge on the rear fascia and a bespoke plaque on the center console. Under the hood, the 50th Anniversary is identical to the standard Mustang GT, from a 5.0-liter, “Coyote” V-8 mill rated at 435 horsepower and 400 pound-feet, which is enough to enable the coupe to hit 60 mph in about 4.5 seconds. Pricing for the Mustang GT 50th Anniversary starts from €47,100 and this version is limited to only 50 units.