They had left the new Ford Mustang leads the sports coupe segment on the German market in March and sold more models that local competition. It is found after new data compiled by IHS Automotive’s now positioned at the top in the world.
In a lengthy statement, the manufacturer of Dearborn welcomes (of course) the figures released by IHS Automotive.
The breakdown of sales was not disclosed, but the manufacturer says that more than 16,600 orders have been received in Europe. For further information, IHS Automotive says 300 convertibles were sold for a total volume of total production of 141,868 units in 2015.
If the Chinese are fond of the 2.3-liter Ecoboost 317 hp, Australians, New Zealanders and a majority of Europeans are directed to the 5.0-liter V8 to 441 hp.
In France, Ford Mustang EcoBoost is available from € 37,000, when the GT V8 requires a check for € 42,000. Shelby versions still conspicuous by their absence.