My first Mustang was a 1966 GT convertible; My second was a 1986 GT convertible.1. My bet is Ford will sell a lot of MMEs; that's good for Ford and good for the brand to live into the future for all Mustang lovers.
2. Its the right of every parent to name their child; we are witnessing Ford's new baby Mustang in my eyes.
3. Bottom line, that pony emblem looks real nice on the MME and is guaranteed to turn a lot of heads in admiration.
My exposure to Mustangs is all from the 1970sMy first Mustang was a 1966 GT convertible; My second was a 1986 GT convertible.
Since then I have moved on to Porsche, Audis, Mercedes and BMW's with an Acura MDX, Toyota RAV4 and Ford Edge Sports thrown in.
I really wonder if the name Mustang resonates with people under 40/50 years of age.
My children are 42 and 38, my nephew, a car buff, is 44. He drives a Subaru WRX. The Mustang name is of no relevance to them.
I have never been to a Mustang get together: Does anyone have a guess as to the average age of a Mustang enthusiast?
My exposure to Mustangs is all from the 1970s
I have seen a mix, but I don’t think the younger crowd was there for the Mustang name, but rather checking out the new electric CUV that happens to have a cool-sounding name.If the name "Mustang" only appeals to people our age, (I am past 3/4 of a century) that is not a good.
It will be no different than Cadillac whose buyers are dying off.
I wonder how many people on this Forum are under 60 years of age and if the name "Mustang" means anything to them.
When I went to the dealer to view the MME, all the other potential buyers were elderly. No one was under 50.