Not only does the 2015 Mustang serve as a major upgrade to Ford's iconic model, it also introduces the car to a global audience. Not that the Mustang needed any introduction, but Ford remade the Mustang as a world car, similar to its efforts with other models in the line-up. For upgrades, the new Mustang gets built on a new platform, featuring an independent rear suspension and adds a turbocharged direct injection 2.3-liter four cylinder to its engine choices.


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