Ford Australia invests $A4 million to build 250 'right-hook' Mustangs a year
Ford Australia plans to sell only 250 right-hand drive Mustangs in Australia each year from this month. But that hasn't stopped it investing about $A4 million ($US2.1 million) in a two-year development programme during which nine prototypes were built, including one crash vehicle and one durability vehicle. Several 'virtual' prototypes were also engineered, incorporating data from the US Mustang development programme.
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