Ford Mustang’s Top Colors From Around The Globe

As the all-new Ford Mustang officially arrives in global markets for the first time, the fever for the Mustang extends universally across the globe, research is revealing regional variations in top color preferences among buyers. Ford says early data results are indicating that black and red are clinching the top spots as the most favored hues of choice as a whole.

The top color choice in the United States remains black with Magnetic Metallic and Ruby Red trailing. Ford says taking the top spot in China, with thirty five percent of all orders placed choosing Race Red with Oxford white and Absolute Black following. With one in twelve Chinese now aware of the Mustang more than five-million potential Chinese consumers have visited the Ford website with 18,000 signing up to take the Mustang for a test drive.

Europe appears to have also caught the Mustang fever, after one month of being available for order over one million versions of the Ford Mustang were configured on the Ford Europe website. Race Red appears to be the color of choice, coming in at number one, followed by Absolute Black.Deep Impact blue is overall the third most popular choice among the Europeans and it did grab second place in both the United Kingdom and Italy where it is tied with Race Red behind Absolute black.The Mustang is the number one selling musclecar in America, up thirty-two percent in sales in February, with the Mustang demand high on a global scale, early trends and data results are showing some interesting regional similarities and differences in preferences among the global pony enthusiasts.  With enthusiasts from around the globe now getting their chance to own and drive the Ford Mustang consumers everywhere are choosing their favored hue of choice what is your favorite color from the Mustang palette of past or present?

 

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Bridgett Davis

Growing up in Greenwood, Indiana a short distance from the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, my dad would take me to local car shows and events. Through this I gained my passion. Along with cars, I have always loved photography, writing, and graphic arts. However when attending college I did not pursue my passions. I played it safe and majored in business and marketing. After a few years in this field I determined this was not for me and began to pursue a writing and photography career. Landing me here with Power Automedia. I am also now the business owner of Bridgett's Toxic Creations. Specializing in automobile showboards, custom license plates, logos, and website headers. Living and breathing the Mustang life everyday in everyway. To be able to work in my field of passion is amazing and fun experience everyday. The best part is sharing a common passion with others.
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