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Ford Mustang continues as world’s best-selling sports car

DEARBORN, Mich., April 18, 2023 – Over the last 10 years combined, Ford Mustang® – which is celebrating its 59th birthday – is the world’s best-selling sports car, according to Ford analysis of registration data from S&P Global Mobility*.

“We’re proud of the entire Mustang family, what it represents to Ford and especially our passionate Mustang owners and fans,” said Dave Bozeman, the Vice President of Enthusiast Vehicles for Ford Blue and Ford Customer Service Division.

It’s our commitment to serving Mustang’s global community, from Atlanta to Australia and beyond, that has earned Mustang the honor of world’s best-selling sports car for 10 years combined.”

According to Ford internal data, the United States remains home to the strongest demand for Mustang representing 78 percent of global sales. Other markets that saw growth in Mustang sales in 2022 include Germany, up 17.0 percent, Britain, up 14.4 percent, Switzerland, up 14.9 percent and the Middle East, up 7.4 percent.

The all-new, seventh-generation 2024 Ford Mustang adds another chapter to an icon, delivering the looks, sound, and appeal of the world’s best-selling sports car over the last ten years combined. Whether convertible or coupe, V8 or turbocharged 4-cylinder, manual or automatic, Mustang has options at multiple price points and performance levels.

The Mustang Mach-E ® SUV, the electric addition to the Mustang family, is now available in 39 countries The Mustang Mach-E ® SUV, the electric addition to the Mustang family, is now available in 39 countries with recent launches in Taiwan and Australia. Ford has produced its 150,000th Mustang Mach-E since starting production nearly two years ago, a significant milestone as the company scales EV production to a rate of 600,000 annually by late 2023 and more than 2 million annually by 2026.


*Based on S&P Global Mobility global light vehicle registrations aggregated over the last 10 years. These are compiled from government and other sources and capture 95 percent of global new vehicle volumes in more than 80 countries. Sports car, as defined by S&P Global Mobility, includes two-door coupe and convertible models.