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2022 Ford Mustang and Mustang Mach-E get white-on-white styling packs

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Ford on Thursday unveiled a 2022 Mustang coupe and 2022 Mustang Mach E electric crossover equipped with an available styling pack that sees the vehicles decked out in white exterior paint and white interior trim.

Ford has called the pack the Ice White Edition Appearance Package, and while we’d like to think the inspiration came from a certain rapper from the 1990s also named Ice, who had a penchant for white Mustangs, it’s actually inspired by the ’93 Triple White Fox body Mustang, of which just 1,500 examples were built, all of them convertibles.

That incidentally was the last time Ford offered a white-on-white combination for the Mustang. Now, 28 years later, the option is back, and this time it’s being made available on a Mustang coupe, which is a first for the Mustang nameplate.

2022 Ford Mustang and Mustang Mach-E get white-on-white styling packs

For the Mustang Mach-E, the package is only available with the Premium grade. It adds a Star White Metallic triple coat for the exterior, including on the side mirrors and as accents on the 19-inch wheels. White is also used for the pony badge front and rear, as well as inside.

For the Mustang, the package is available on Mustang EcoBoost and Mustang GT Premium models, but only the coupe. Here the exterior is painted Oxford White, which is extended to the badges, as well as the accents of the 19-inch wheels. The interior isn’t pure white, though. Instead, there’s a combination of black and white for the trim.

2022 Ford Mustang and Mustang Mach-E get white-on-white styling packs

Ford will start accepting orders this fall and deliveries are due to start early next year.

This article was originally published by Motor Authority, an editorial partner of ClassicCars.com.

2 COMMENTS

  1. They can keep Electric cars! The thought of a Mustang, without the roar of exhaust when accelerating, does nothing for me!
    I’ll keep my customized 2006 Fastback, with 5-speed manual, until it won’t run anymore! My first car was a 65 GT Fastback, 289 4BL, with a manual trans. Really missed it after I sold in, and I love my 2006.
    But what I really regret not keeping, was a 69 Plymouth Roadrunner, that replaced the 65 Mustang I had. Either of those cars are worth big bucks restored, or original now days! I sold the 65 GT in 1969, for $1K, and the 69 Roadrunner in 1975, for $850.KBB price, only 6 years old then!

  2. I think electric cars are great and applaud Ford for building them. However, it NEVER should have been called a Mustang, or Mach. As the owner of a ’66 Mustang hardtop bought new by my grandparents I appreciate the true Mustang heritage. Apparently Ford no longer does. A name that makes stronger reference to the electric power would have been better, such as using the Lightning name on the new electric F-series.
    As far as the retro monochromatic white paint treatment, I thought such marketing tricks were usually employed when a car is long in the tooth, like the Fox body Mustang was in 1993. Worrisome that they feel the need to do that with their new electric car to sell it. On the bright side, both of them are perfect for product placement in a Miami Vice reboot!

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