Ford built its 10 millionth Mustang in Detroit today

10 millionth Ford Mustang revealed, looks like the first

10 millionth Ford Mustang revealed, looks like the first

To mark the occasion, Ford said on Wednesday that it invited 60 Mustang owners representing each generation of the ponycar to celebrate the 10 millionth auto at its Flat Rock, Michigan, assembly plant.

The parade will end with the Mustangs spelling out the milestone in one of Flat Rock's giant parking lots. Now you may wonder why a simple white Mustang without any giant racing stripes would be so special - apart from the 10 millionth auto.

The iconic auto has been around for 54 years now. It's a 2019 GT convertible painted in Wimbledon White, packing a 460-horsepower V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Interestingly, while you can buy a standard white Mustang in showrooms in the United States today, this particular shade, Wimbledon White is actually not on offer. "It's changed the perception because of its popularity".

10 millionth Ford Mustang revealed, looks like the first

Although the celebrations will largely take place at the Flat Rock plant, the Mustang called Dearborn home for the vast majority of its life.

During its 54-year production history, the Mustang was built in San Jose, California, and Metuchen, New Jersey, as well as at the original Mustang production facility in Dearborn.

Then a 22-year-old school teacher, Wise strolled into Johnson Ford in Chicago on April 15, 1964, and left the owner of a brand-new vehicle - one that still resonates with so many. Now in India, while we do not get the facelifted version of the Mustang that is seen in the pic, Ford India does have plans of launching it very soon. "I said I feel like a movie star at 76 as well as I did at 22".

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