The previous generation Ford Mustang, the sixth, was the first since its inception in 1965 to be officially sold by Ford in Europe.
Since it was introduced in 2015, 163 new Mustangs have been delivered in Norway, according to figures from the Road Traffic Information Council.
Now generation seven is under way, and it will also come to Europe and Norway, both as a convertible and a fastback.
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The design builds on the previous version, with a long hood and a wide stern. In addition, a new front spoiler, in combination with side skirts, will contribute to better aerodynamics.
Just as important, according to the press release, is the digitization of the interior, at least what you find on the dashboard. With a fully digital 12.4-inch instrument panel and a 13.2-inch centrally located driver-focused touchscreen.
As if that wasn’t enough, computer game technology from the Unreal Engine should make it possible to customize interactive animated graphics in different colors.
Nevertheless, it is probably what is under the hood that is most important to those who like Mustang. Here there is a V8 engine, of course petrol, of five liters with 446 horsepower and a torque of 540 newton metres.
The car comes with an active sports exhaust, where the engine sound and volume can be adjusted. Depending on whether you roll in the neighborhood or on the country road, according to the press release.
You can choose between six driving modes, depending on your mood, normal, sport, smooth, drag and track, and one where you can make individual choices. The rims are 19 inches and the brakes are from Brembo.
The special edition Mustang Dark Horse has seven more horsepower and a more racing-inspired chassis. The edition comes with Pirelli P Zero tyres.
The Mustang is now available to order in Norway with prices starting at NOK 1,406,000. Mustang Dark Horse costs from NOK 1,606,000.