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NEW APPEARANCE PACKAGE FOR 2018 MUSTANG PUTS THE PONY LOGO BACK IN A CHROME CORRAL

DEARBORN, Mich. - The pony is going back into the corral. An available Pony Package for the 2018 Mustang – offered with EcoBoost®-equipped cars – gives a nod to the nameplate heritage with its grille-mounted pony-in-corral badge design.
As it was more than 50 years ago, the iconic Mustang logo will be surrounded in a chrome corral for the 2018 Ford Mustang-equipped Pony Package. The badge design first appeared on Mustang in the mid-1960s when the car was still in concept phase. It has appeared in various forms since, and was last used as part of an anniversary package for 2015.
The pony-in-corral grille badge is one of numerous appearance updates included with the 2018 Pony Package. Other features include:
  •  19-inch polished aluminum wheels
  •  Bright beltline and window trim for fastback model
  •  Premium carpeted floor mats with Ebony embroidered pony logo
  •  Side stripes on lower body sides
  •  Tri-bar pony badge on rear decklid appliqué
The 2018 Mustang is due in showrooms this October.

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