A million Mustangs were sold after its debut at the New York’s world fair more than 50 years ago. Immediately it became a shorthand expression of American culture. The pony car, made the personal coupe a permanent stance in the American automotive landscape. As time went by, it performance profile would be improved which lead to the best Mustang ever: The Shelby GT350. However, for the 2015 year model, the Mustang underwent radical change. Right before its 50 year anniversary, the new pony car was announced in the 2014 New Yokr Auto Show. Important to take note that for the first time, Ford is selling this car globally including and independent rear suspension setup, updating the chassis and finally giving it a much sleeker look. A turbocharged 4-cylinder was also added into the lineup to provide for high performance at the same time than fuel economy, The Interior has also been improved. The track is now wider, to accommodate the new rear suspension and the front has been redesigned to match he performance front to rear. To meet several regulations in the various markets they are now present at, crash structures have also been designed. This car is powered by a trio of engines: 3.7-liter V-6 that delivers 300 hp and 300 lb/ft torque, a new 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that features turbocharging and direct-injection technologies offers 310 hp and 320 lb/ft torque, and a more powerful 5.0-liter V-8 at 435 hp and 400lb/ft torque. Remaining standard a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters is available as well as a convertible version. Some of its high-tech features are: driver-adjustable stability, transmission systems, launch control, steering, throttle, a line lock function for burnouts and improved launches and SYNC with MyFordTouch. The silhouette has been modified to offer a larger trunk. To celebrate the half-century of the pony cars, Ford has offered a 50 year Limited edition package that includes extra badging, louvres over the rear side windows and some interior touches. All the 50 year cars were coupes with the 5 liter V8 available at either manual or automatic transmission. Using a more modest size that the previous Shelby GT350, which is a step back at the 2014 LA Auto show debut. Some other serious upgrades have been the magnetic shocks and the front clip.