Mean, Green, High-Powered Machine: Ford Announces A ‘Need For Green’ Mustang Paint Option

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Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Ford Motor Company has revealed a new exterior paint hue available on the 2019 Mustang pony car: “Need for Green”. Punchy and vibrant to the core, Need for Green is the perfect color with which to send off winter and ring in spring – and a great way to let your Mustang stand apart in traffic.

“This is a color Mustang fans will celebrate because of its confident and youthful attitude,” says Ford Color and Materials Manager Barbara Whalen. “Need for Green is vibrant and jumps out at you, giving Mustang owners a look that definitely stands out in a crowd.”

2019 Ford Mustang Need for Green rear three quarters

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Need for Green is one of three new exterior colors available for the 2019 Ford Mustang – a list that also includes Velocity Blue and Dark Highland Green, the latter of which is borrowed from the new Bullitt Mustang. Like that hue, Need for Green and Velocity Blue also have their roots in Mustang history, “trac[ing] back to Mustang’s classic colors of the late 1960s and early 1970s,” according to Ford Car Group Marketing Manager Corey Holter.

The 2019 Ford Mustang will go on sale this summer, carrying over the same fresh new features as the revised, 2018 model: a sleek new front-end design with a lower hood; Level 1 and 2 Performance Pack options; and a choice of either a 460-horsepower, dual-injected V8 or a revised, more torquey 2.3L EcoBoost I4; plus plenty more.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

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