Ford starts testing Right Hand Drive Mustang
Ford Motor Co has confirmed that tests of the first prototype of Right Hand Drive Mustang has commenced. 2015 Ford Mustang is designed for global markets and the right hand drive Mustang will be making its way to a total of 25 global right hand drive markets which also include UK, Australia and South Africa.
Ford engineers have just completed handmade prototypes of right hand drive Mustang’s which will be put to the test in the months ahead. This is for the first time in the history of the company spanning 50 years, that a factory made right hand drive variant is being offered with salesÂ to commence this autumn.
The history of Ford Mustang goes back to the modelâ€™s debut in 1964. A best seller in US markets, a total of 9.2 million Mustangs have been sold since launch while 161,000 Mustang’s have been sold in countries other than North America. Ford Mustang has even been voted as Europeâ€™s Most Wanted Classic car and offering it now as a right hand drive variant, will bring in even more accolades for the Mustang.
Ford Mustang has a fan following of more than 7.6 million fans on Facebook, beating all other vehicle nameplates and stands apart where style, presentation, affordability and class is concerned. Sold till date as only left hand drive vehicles, the first right hand drive Mustang’s will be on sale by mid 2015 following its launch in home markets while all Mustangs will be produced at the companyâ€™s Flat Rock Michigan assembly plant.