BATHURST, Australia, Oct. 6, 2022 – Ford has today revealed the first race-prepared seventh-generation Mustang, with the 2023 Mustang GT ‘Gen3’ Supercar uncovered at Mount Panorama ahead of the famous Bathurst 1000.
Ford has today announced that Australian motorsport legend Dick Johnson will be the first person in the world to drive the new Seventh-Generation Ford Mustang GT Supercar at Mount Panorama on Thursday afternoon.
Ford once again sounds a wake-up call for sports car lovers around the world with the introduction of the all-new Ford Mustang. The seventh generation is the most exhilarating and visceral yet, from its fighter jet-inspired digital cockpit to advanced turbocharged and naturally aspirated engines to its edgier yet still timeless exterior design.
At Ford’s Proving Ground in Australia, Ray, Rosie and Roberto are integral members of Ford’s safety team, helping to develop the very latest in crash protection features and advanced driver assist systems that enable owners to drive with more confidence on the road.
Ford Australia today announced the Focus ST, Focus ST X and Fiesta ST will depart the local line-up by the end of the year, as the company focuses on areas of growing customer demand such as SUVs, commercial vehicles and electrification.
Ford Australia confirms 2022 Everest pricing for all variants in model line-up
2022 Everest line-up starts at $52,990 (MLP) with the entry level Ambiente, through to the top of the range Platinum priced at $77,690^ (MLP)
2022 Everest offers a range of options to personalise vehicles
· Ford Australia names E-Transit Custom as its third electrified vehicle as part of its plan to introduce at least five electrified vehicles by the end of 2024
· The all-electric E-Transit Custom will enter production in the second half of 2023 – part of the most extensive Transit range ever offered to local customers
· No-compromise, all-electric commercial vehicle to offer compelling range, full towing capability and DC fast charging