When the all-new 2024 Ford Mustang was revealed, it was accompanied by a new range-topping variant – the Dark Horse – which has since become a bit of a fan favorite, largely thanks to its on-track prowess. Like the iconic pony car on which it’s based, the Ford Mustang Dark Horse will be sold in a number of global markets as well, aside from the U.S., where it has become an incredibly popular entity with fans around the world. Now, one of those markets – Ford China – has released a series of cool new wallpapers that pony car fans can download, and they also feature the Mustang’s all-electric counterpart, the Ford Mustang Mach-E.
These wallpapers feature both the Ford Mustang Dark Horse and Mach-E posing in a variety of angles, showing off their shared styling cues and of course, the iconic pony logo. There’s also both a fiery and icier-looking pair of horses present to drive home those family ties, which is a nice touch.
As Ford Authority reported back in November, the Ford Mustang Dark Horse is indeed slated to be sold in China as the automaker changes up its strategy (and lineup) in that part of the world. There, it joins the soon-to-be available Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger (which will be sold under a different name), while the third-generation Ford F-150 Raptor launched in the Chinese market last year, and customers there are also getting their own special variant of the high-performance pickup called the Ford F-150 Avalanche, too.
Meanwhile, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has been on sale in China for some time now, but has undergone a number of changes amid slow sales in the hyper-competitive EV-friendly market. Regardless, the 2024 version of the Chinese Mach-E was just revealed back in November as well, having received a few updates including the addition of a unique exterior treatment that pays homage to the 1970 Ford Mustang Twister Special.