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2015 Ford Mustang Hollywood Debut

A quick look at the new Ford Mustang at it's big Hollywood premiere

Mike Sabounchi
Dec 9, 2013

We were lucky enough to be invited to the Hollywood reveal and footprint ceremony of the new 2015 Ford Mustang at the TCL Chinese Theater. Since this marks the 50th year of the Ford Mustang, Ford had to make sure this milestone was celebrated with style. In true Hollywood fashion, the Ford Motor Company held an official hand/tire print ceremony to celebrate this monumental occasion.

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The Ford Mustang is one of those classic American icons that seem to keep improving with age. Yes, we know, there have been a few versions that have left us, and the rest of the public scratching their heads but the past few generations have been better and better. For the newest generation of Mustang, Ford thought it would be fitting to reveal the car with style. Since the mustang is legitimately an American icon, it seems only fitting for it to leave it’s mark in Hollywood and put it’s imprint in front of the TCL Chinese theater. The 2015 Ford Mustang has officially left its mark next to some truly amazing company. Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, Steve McQueen, and John Wayne, are now in sharing the same space as the Ford Mustang, forever solidifying it’s place in American history.

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With features such as independent rear suspension and an Eco-Boost 4-cylinder putting out just as much power as the previous generations V6, the new pony has been slimmed down considerably. A lower roofline and a wider wheelbase give this new pony a much more aggressive stance than it’s predecessor. What do you think of the new design?

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