Published on June 27th, 2015 | by Admin0
Ford Mustang Priced From RM435,000.
Ford has announced the official start of pre-launch bookings for the new Mustang in Malaysia, ahead of its first-ever arrival in showrooms nationwide by December. Malaysians eager to own their own slice of automotive history can choose between the new turbocharged, fuel-efficient 2.3-litre EcoBoost fastback, priced at RM435,000-RM450,000, and the classic 5.0-litre V8 fastback for RM550,000-RM565,000.
The new 2.3-litre EcoBoost engine, which produces an impressive 310 horsepower, was designed specifically for Mustang to meet the needs of drivers looking for outstanding performance and fuel efficiency.
“This 2.3-litre EcoBoost fastback is a perfect fit for Malaysia, because it delivers the legendary power and performance that a Mustang driver expects, while addressing today’s demands for exceptional fuel efficiency, and all with head-turning style,” said Veemala Rethinasamy, sales and marketing director, Malaysia, Ford Motor Company.
The iconic 5.0-litre V8 has been optimized, and features an upgraded valve train and cylinder heads that yield an exhilarating 435 horsepower. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
Both Mustang variants are available in five eye-catching colours – Oxford White, Shadow Black, Deep Impact Blue, Magnetic Grey and Race Red. A special Triple Yellow Tri-Coat colour is also available for the 5.0-litre V8 variant.
Built at Flat Rock Assembly Plant in the United States, the new sixth-generation Mustang features more precise steering control and enhanced ride comfort.
The iconic pony car features an impressive array of innovative technologies, providing drivers with enhanced information, control, and connectivity. From Intelligent Access with push-button start to Ford’s SYNC2 connectivity system and MyKey, drivers will be able to cruise with freedom and confidence.
The Mustang is one of the world’s most iconic cars. Malaysia is one of a select number of right-hand drive markets to welcome Mustang for the first time, as part of its 50th anniversary of continuous production.