Officially introduced on December 9, 1993, the fourth generation of Mustang embodied the personality and style of its earliest forebears, yet was eons more aerodynamic
. The long sloping hood with its excellent visibility and slanted nose now carried wrap-around headlights and parking lights/turn signals that surrounded the grille.
Centered in the grille was the trademark galloping pony, last seen in 1978. Hood vents and side scoops at the end of newly-sculpted sides which had been were reprised, and taillights in three horizontal bars wrapped from back fenders around to the traditionally short rear deck.
Also see: The Mustang Story
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