The first 2015 Ford Mustang sold for a whopping $300 000 at the Barrett-Jackson collector auction in Scottsdale.
The person who bought the Mustang, Sam Pack is apparently a serious car collector with about 250 vehicles to his name. The Mustang will be placed at his museum, and according to Ford, he will be able to choose a fastback with manual or automatic transmission, any interior and exterior and stripe colour combination offered by Ford on the all-new Mustang. Proceeds from the sale will benefit JDRF - a Ford charity and leading diabetes research organisation.
Ford Mustang coming to South AfricaThe first production 2015 Mustang off the line is a GT model with a 5.0-litre V8 producing around 312 kW of power and 528 Nm of torque. The 2015 incarnation of the Ford Mustang forms part of the brand's global strategy which is exciting news for us.
This strategy means South Africa will be receiving Ford Mustangs to purchase in 2015. As this stage pricing for South Africa is yet to be confirmed.
Ford Mustangs are iconic cars. How much would you consider paying to become the first Mustang owner in South Africa?