Ford Unveils New, 2018 Mustang EcoBoost ‘Pony Pack’

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Ford today took the cover off a brand-new appearance package that will be available for 2018 Ford Mustang EcoBoost models. Dubbed the “Pony Package”, the new-for-2018 option incorporates a number of unique aesthetic upgrades meant to pay tribute to the pony car’s proud heritage.

The list includes lower-body side stripes in white or black with the “Mustang” name, 19-inch polished aluminum wheels, and – on fastback models – chrome-finish window surrounds. Premium floor mats embroidered with an Ebony Mustang logo are there to greet your feet when you enter the car.

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But easily one of the most obvious changes is the “pony-in-corral” badge on the front upper grille, which is a callback to the grille badge design used on the earliest Mustang models in the 1960s. It’s appeared in various other guises since – notably on the 2015 Ford Mustang GT 50th Anniversary Edition. The decklid on Pony Pack-equipped Mustang EcoBoosts also sees its logo switched out, for a red-white-and-blue tri-bar pony badge.

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The new Pony Pack will be offered only on Ford’s EcoBoost-powered Mustang model, with pricing yet to be announced. Look for the refreshed, 2018 model in showrooms starting this October.

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