These are the concepts that never left the corral.
In Mustang’s storied 50-year existence, numerous concepts and prototypes never made the jump to production. Over the decades, the Lee A Iacocca commissioned pony car has maintained its original characteristics of sporty affordability. Yet as everyone’s favorite secretary’s car evolved, plenty of ponies were sacrificed throughout the generations. Ford is celebrating these forgotten Mustangs, opening its archives ahead of the 2015’s model expected debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show where it first took a bow.