Ford Mustang, arguably the most American of all automotive industry icons, will feature some European flair when its next-generation model bows next year, Ward’s learns. The ’05 Mustang closely resembles this concept. Addressing criticisms that the current Mustang suffers from refinement issues linked to its 1970s-era Fox platform, the auto maker borrows steering attributes from the agile European-spec Focus, specifically its boost curve. Phil Martens, vice president-North ...
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