When Ford showed the sixth-generation Mustang in 2013 it went on to become a landmark iteration of the legendary pony car. It was to be the first global Mustang built for both left and right-hand-drive markets, and it would also get a pocket-friendly four-cylinder model. 

The mid-life update to the Mustang, which is still available in fastback and convertible guises, is the living proof that Ford is taking its future very seriously indeed...

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