Mustang goes global to China
DETROIT- The Ford Mustang is going global and the first top is China.
Ford says the first shipment of 100 Mustangs left Portland, Oregon, by ship and is headed east.
Shipments to Europe begin later this year, the fist time ever in the Mustang's 57-year history its being sold overseas.
The car is built in Michigan and will be sold in 100 markets.
The Explorer SUV and the Lincoln MKC are already available in China as Ford shipped more than 380,000 U.S.- made vehicles overseas last year.
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