When an automaker releases a paint color called "Need for Green" ahead of such notable green-related holidays as St. Patrick's Day, tax day and 4/20, it's hard to figure out which jokes deserve priority.
Ford has unveiled its new "Need for Green" paint job for the 2019 Ford Mustang. It's, well, green -- not as dark as previous Mustang offerings, but not so bright that it would blend in with the near-neon colors that Dodge loves slapping on its Challenger.
The color will launch this summer as part of the 2019 Ford Mustang lineup.
Ford gave thea pretty hefty refresh, including a new front end and a configurable gauge cluster display, so it's likely that we won't see too many additional changes when the 2019 lineup launches.
That said, there are a few tricks up Big Blue Oval's sleeve for 2019. It will launch the, a green (but a much darker green) tribute to the Steve McQueen movie of yore. It will also launch the , which relies on some old-school aesthetic touches to revitalize a member of the Mustang lineup that has come and gone a few times since it first launched in 1968.