Ford Mustang event concludes.
Ford will launch the new Mustang in India in the second quarter of the year.
Under the bonnet, Mustang gets the legendary V8 engine that is tuned to churn out 524NM of torque, propelling the car to 240kmph. It features fully independent rear suspension system and the transmission will be handled by a six-speed SelectShift automatic gearbox.
Nick Eterovic on the stage to talk about the design of new Ford Mustang.
After 50 years, Ford Mustang gets a right-hand drive model.
Ford Mustang takes the centre stage.
Harris announces the arrival of the iconic Mustang to India.
Ford India brings its India portfolio -- Figo hatchback, Figo Aspire sedan, Ford EcoSport SUV and Endeavour SUV on the stage.
Nigel Harris, President and Managing Director, Ford India takes over the stage from Mehrotra .
Anurag Mehrotra, Executive Director, Marketing, Sales and Service on stage to talk about Ford's journey in 2015.
14.57 PM: Ford event begins in New Delhi.
Ford Mustang is set to make its India debut in a few minutes from now.
The Ford event will kickstart at 2.30 pm on Thursday.
Ford is expected to launch its much-awaited Mustang, iconic muscle car at the pre-auto show event on 28 January.
Ford is set to finally launch its highly anticipated muscle car Mustang, which is currently in its sixth generation, in India on Thursday, 28 January.
To be brought to India as CBU (Completely Built Unit), the new Mustang is the first version that comes with factory designed right-hand-drive export model to be sold in the overseas market. It sports car-like coupes with long hoods and short rear decks, and flaunts dedicated logo of a horse that denotes compact, quick, agile and sleek.
At the heart of the Mustang is likely to be the acclaimed 5.0-litre V8 engine that can comfortably dish out 435bhp of power along with 524Nm of peak torque and comes paired to a 6-speed SelectShift automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The iconic car, which is set to open its Indian chapter, is likely to be offered in the GT variant in the country. Earlier, the Mustang GT Premium Fastback was spotted at the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Pune, for government approvals.
The Mustang is expected to boast automatic HID headlamps, LED fog lamps, LED tail lamps and rear diffuser as standard fittings. Other features expected include dual-zone climate control, a multi-function steering wheel and two air bags in the front along with curtain and knee bags for added protection.
In India, the Ford Mustang is expected to be priced at around Rs 50 lakh.