What Is The 1962 Mustang Concept Car?Last Updated February 4, 2020
Designed as a sporty, exciting vehicle appealing to Baby Boomer teenagers was the 1962 Mustang concept car. This Mustang was very different than the one that eventually hit the streets in 1964. Not only was the design different, but it was also marketed to women instead of teenagers.
The SVT Cobra R was created as a race-spec version of its Cobra sibling. Though there were few comfort features offered, the Cobra R came equipped with the best performance equipment available at the time. Here’s how the Cobra R evolved through the years.
The Sprint Edition Mustang was targeted towards female car buyers to help boost six-cylinder sales in the late 1960s. This edition Mustang was available in coupe, convertible and fastback with the option to select manual or automatic transmission.
Steve Saleen founded Saleen Automotive in 1983, originally called Saleen Autosport. Saleen produces modified versions of mass-produced cars, the Mustang being the main contender. From SN95 Mustangs to the S550, Saleen has produced many variants over the past four decades. Some Saleen Mustangs are rarer than others, especially those with lower production numbers.