Priced in the neighborhood of $46,000, the Mustang GT Convertible comes from the get-go in Premium flavor. Leather seats with climate control, SYNC 3 infotainment, nine-speaker audio system, and the list of standard features goes on and on. What sets the car apart from other Mustang models is the Wimbledon White paintwork, which isn’t available in the color palette.
The last time Ford offered the Mustang in Wimbledon White was when the Mustang celebrated its 50th anniversary. Kona Blue was also offered for the celebratory model, and the color returned for the 2018 model year thanks to an overwhelming love from Mustang enthusiasts.
Mr. Smith used the hashtag #notforsale in one of the two Instagram posts embedded at the end of the article, meaning that Ford will keep the car for themselves. If this information proves to be correct, then expect to see the 10,000,000th Mustang in the flesh at the Woodward Dream Cruise that Ford sponsors.
As the sixth-generation Mustang prepares to take its last breath, remember that the Shelby GT500 still hasn’t been launch. The 700-plus horsepower swansong will pave the way for the seventh generation, which will be offered for the first time ever as a hybrid (EcoBoost engine plus an undisclosed number of electric motors).
In production since March 1964, the Mustang is the world’s best-selling sports coupe according to the Ford Motor Company. Global registrations totaled 125,809 units last year, with one-third of sales occurring in export markets. Since global exports began in 2015, the Mustang has sold more than 450,000 examples in 146 countries around the world.
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