The Third generation included (1979 – 1993)
The Ford Mustang changed and became the Mustang II based on the Ford Pinto, a smaller model and less consumer-engine 4, 6 and 8 cylinders. The sacrifice made in reducing the size of the engine and the car itself was compensated with luxurious interiors. In 1976 the Cobra II, in order to remember the fame of the Shelby Mustangs. A year later, Ford, in an attempt to attract fans convertible offers a new package of sports cars and four-speed manual transmission. The new King Cobra Mustang is the first to use the logo “5.0″ in 1978.
During the sixties, manufacturers were always on the hunt for solutions to achieve minimum fuel consumption and that is how we started working with materials such as plastic, aluminum and urethane defenses.
The interiors, finishes and aesthetic models varied from country to country. The MII was one of the most sold mustangs in history and thanks to him the dynasty continues to date.