New Mustang gets the steering wheel on the right side

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For the first time in the history of the Ford Mustang was made ​​in which the steering wheel is on the right. American manufacturer believes that the version of the markets in which it drives the left side of the key to success in sales growth Mustangs in the world and the opportunity that this car become a global model.

Although the Ford Mustang and drove earlier in countries like the United Kingdom or Japan, where traffic flows left side of the carriageway, examples of which came on the market had, like the American version, the steering wheel on the left side.

Only a small number of the car was subsequently modified in countries with which is sold. Because of this, Ford has placed much fewer vehicles than would be the case if the serial steering wheel was on the right side. The current, sixth-generation Mustang will be the first to have a version of the right behind the wheel.

Ford plans to sell in 25 countries around the world where it drives the left side, including the UK, Australia and South Africa. The Ford Mustang is the first generation of this model, which will be officially sold in Europe, but also worldwide. For his success outside the home market is of great importance and will be a choice of engines.

The Ford expects to introduce a new, more economical engines and versions with a steering wheel on the right side contribute to the number of Mustang delivered to customers outside the United States significantly increased in comparison with 2012 when the overseas markets sold 4,000 cars

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