Why is a Mustang called SN95?

1 Answer:
  • Wan Halik Wan Ibrahim
    The name “SN95” applies to all Mustangs in the fourth generation, from 1994-2004. This internal code refers to the Sporty (or Speciality) segment, North American market, and the project number 95 sequentially in Ford's queue. It's worth noting that the “95” does not in any way refer to the year 1995.4 Jan 2022
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