DEARBORN, MI – Ford Motor Co. debuts the all-new ’10 Mustang pony car this week at the 2008 Los Angeles auto show. For ’10 the Mustang gets new sculpted sheet metal and more aggressive proportions with a view toward modernizing the nameplate’s heritage, says Doug Gaffka, the car’s chief designer. “The car has great proportions, and it all starts out with the front badge,” Gaffka tells Ward’s at a media preview event here. The Mustang’s redesign marks the first emblem change since the ...

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