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Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang (United States of America, 1994-2004)

Ford > Mustang > Gen.4 [Mark IV]
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History, Development and General Characteristics

15 years past the Mustang’s last major amendment, in 1994, Ford launched its fourth generation, achieving a successful popularity refresh for the company.

When the Mustang accomplished 40 years on the roads, Ford released the 40th Anniversary Edition in 2004, which could be seen in standard and GT variants. With this special edition also came the end of the 4th Mustang era.



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Engine and Transmission

The Mustang IV engines ranged from a basic 3.8-liter model to the top-of-the-line 5.4-liter Cobra R.
The rear-wheel drive model’s power output was expanded along the years, starting on 145 hp to stop at 190 hp for the standard version. The Cobra R variant evolved until it was producing 390 hp.
When the Mustang IV came out its top speed was at 140 mi/h (225 km/h) for the standard version.
5-speed manual, 6-speed manual and 4-speed automatic are the car’s transmission options.



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Chassis

  Platform Ford Fox platform.   Suspension The Mustang’s front suspension consists on McPherson struts, coil springs and an anti-roll bar. The rear live axle comes as a multi-link system with coil springs and an anti-roll bar.   Steering Power assisted rack-and-pinion steering.   Brakes Front ABS vented discs and rear ABS solid discs or ABS vented discs all-round



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Body and Design

Patrick Schiavone is responsible for the stylistic revisions for the Mustang IV, which recalls the earliest generations.
2-door convertible and 2-door coupé body shapes were available for this Ford model.
Its 40th Anniversary edition came with some different exterior features.



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Trivia

Motor Trend magazine named the Mustang as Car of the Year for the third time when its fourth generation debuted in 1994.



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