Who invented the Ford Mustang?

Answer The Ford Mustang was "invented" by Lee Iacocca, then general manager and vice president of Ford, who in 1961 brought his vision of a four-seat sports coupe to shareholders. A year later funding was... Read More »

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Who invented the first Ford Mustang?

The first Ford Mustang was developed in 1964 by Ford Motor Company executives Hal Sperlich and Donald Frey. Ford Vice President Lee Iaccocca is credited with getting the car approved for sale.Sourc... Read More »

When was the Ford Mustang invented?

The Ford Mustang was first developed as a concept car in 1962. Another concept version was made in 1963, and the first production model was in 1964. It was first shown at the New York World's Fair ... Read More »

1968 Ford Mustang Vs. 2007 Ford Mustang?

Mustangs are one of the most popular sports cars in existence---hence, the reason for their continued popularity. Two popular models were the 1968 and 2007 models---created 29 years apart, but cont... Read More »

Who invented the Mustang?

The Mustang was developed by the Ford Motor Company, based on the 1961 vision and design of Lee Iacocca, then vice president and general manager of the company. The first Mustang to come off of the... Read More »