The all-new, tenth-generation Ford Mustang is here, and it’s finally coming to the UK in right-hand drive flavour. It’s been a long wait: very nearly 50 years, in fact.
When the reasonably priced , four-seat ‘pony car’ debuted in New York in 1964, it instantly, dramatically shifted the American car market about its axis. The ‘Stang racked up a ridiculous 22,000 sales on its first day, effectively birthing the muscle car genre and kicking off a generation of tyre-smoking street wars.
Since then, we’ve seen a further nine generations of Mustang: some good, some great, some bloody awful. Here’s your bluffers guide to the lot: