Ford Mustang combined the practicality of a family sedan with the power of a sports car at a competitive price, the Mustang became an icon.

One of the most recognisable cars in the world, the Mustang's anecdotes go back more than 50 years. Here are some obscure Mustang facts.

One of the safest sports cars on the road Ford chose to physically crash test the Mustang instead of using software to digitally replicate crash tests, and it turned out to be one of the safest vehicles on the road.

Community that Supports the Aftermarket When the sports automobile was initially debuted, there are several tales of buyers erupting into riots at the dealerships, and that passion still exists today.

A Famous Launch The Mustang has been manufactured by Ford for 56 years and has been one of their most popular vehicles.

Reemergence Of A Film Icon Many popular movies have used the Mustang as a Hero car, including Hollywood blockbusters like Gone in 60 Seconds and Need for Speed.

Unusual Sales Technique Because the Ford Mustang was so well-liked, retailers frequently had to conduct lotteries to dispose of stock.

Subject Objectives Ford produced the Mustang for 56 years in many iterations, some of which went on to become cult classics.

It Has a New Kind of Competitor The base Mustang model has a starting price of $26,670, and like the market for performance sedans, more and more Mustang customers are choosing Tesla's model over the storied sports car.

Modern Muscle Car Variants Are Surprisingly Efficient The base model of the Mustang is perfect for those who want to possess a piece of Americana while also needing a suitable commute option.

Unbelievable Success Ford got 22,000 orders for the pony car on that exact day (April 17), and by March 2nd, 1966, Ford had sold one million examples of the muscle car.

The Nameplate Has Various Body Types The Mustang Mach-E electric SUV was unveiled by Ford as an expansion of the pony car trademark.