The all-new 1994 Ford Mustang brochure does a great job launching the 4th generation Mustang. This all new Mustang is the result of an entire team called “Team Mustang” which is a special group of people consisting of designers, clay modelers, manufacturing experts and even suppliers to name a few. With input from Mustang owners and feedback from technicians and Mustang Enthusiasts Team Mustang worked together and brought you this all-new 1994 Ford Mustang. It’s quite a tall order to build a new Mustang for today while maintaining some of the Mustang look and feel from over the past 30 years. I will let you decide if they hit the mark.
Lets start out with the new Mustang GT convertible that features a clean and sporty look. The convertible was actually designed as a convertible rather than add a top to a coupe after you chop the top. When a convertible is designed to be a convertible there are extra frame members, brackets and assemblies to keep the vehicle strong when it doesn’t have a roof. The 1994 Ford Mustang brochure explains the importance of the engineering that goes in to a convertible built by Ford.
The 1994 Mustang GT can equipped with the 5.0 liter V-8 powerhouse we know so well matched up with either a 5 speed manual transmission or a 4 speed automatic transmission. According to the 1994 Ford Mustang brochure the 5.0-liter V-8 engine is unique in that it uses forged steel connecting rods, tuned stainless steel headers, double roller timing chain and dual exhaust. This Mustang sounds more like a high-performance vehicle created for the track rather the road. But that’s what makes driving the 1994 Ford Mustang fu
Wondering about he interior of the new 1994 Mustang? Have a look at the completely redesigned interior that put the competitors to shame. The 1994 Ford Mustang brochures display a new sound system called the Mach 460 because the 460 watts of power you have at your fingertips plus full instrumentation and choice of interiors from fabric to leather. When go thorough the 1994 Ford Mustang sales literature you will want to go for a test drive.
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