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    Must watch video with Ford employee

    I have a soft spot for this particular video. Not the biggest of fan of this channel but have a watch and see if anything sticks out to you.

    It reminds me of a certain person, see if you can guess who.

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    No one?
    History is a statement, the future is a question.

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    Yes it’s very good, amazing how casual and willing they are to chat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HSE2 View Post
    No one?
    we are all over the waiting and talking.

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    Because more attention was needed to Mustang's intimate relationship with pedestrians he’s like “that bond between pedestrian and Mustang just got a little bit more comfortable and safe”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futura View Post
    we are all over the waiting and talking.
    Then you need to watch it again.

    The first thing for me is about how they differ internally to even that of Shelby.
    The next thing is the understanding of who mustang customers are and that you don’t piss them off.

    There is something there for all divisions of Ford to learn from.

    The last point is this isn’t a strong YouTube channel, yet a guy with clear passion for the brand has reached out and become part of that scene.

    He did really well, or in my opinion he did.

    That’s the sort of thing that works well for Ford. You get to see and hear the people behind the product not just the public persona of a car corporation.

    That’s a really interesting choice of support.

    The second video, the YouTuber wastes the opportunity, but this one, a Ford employee speaking about those elements in that particular environment was something to take notice of.

    What mustang can and can’t be needs to be something that is recognised for the greater Ford brand.
    History is a statement, the future is a question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSE2 View Post
    Then you need to watch it again.

    The first thing for me is about how they differ internally to even that of Shelby.
    The next thing is the understanding of who mustang customers are and that you don’t piss them off.

    There is something there for all divisions of Ford to learn from.

    The last point is this isn’t a strong YouTube channel, yet a guy with clear passion for the brand has reached out and become part of that scene.

    He did really well, or in my opinion he did.

    That’s the sort of thing that works well for Ford. You get to see and hear the people behind the product not just the public persona of a car corporation.

    That’s a really interesting choice of support.

    The second video, the YouTuber wastes the opportunity, but this one, a Ford employee speaking about those elements in that particular environment was something to take notice of.

    What mustang can and can’t be needs to be something that is recognised for the greater Ford brand.
    Totally agree, great inside video.

    But when is Ford going to release this GT500?

    Thats what everyone wants to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futura View Post
    Totally agree, great inside video.

    But when is Ford going to release this GT500?

    Thats what everyone wants to know.
    Apparently it will be a 2020 model now, not 2019.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Vman View Post
    Apparently it will be a 2020 model now, not 2019.
    Has this been confirmed by Ford Norm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futura View Post
    Has this been confirmed by Ford Norm?
    No but MY19 is already out... So it wouldn't make a lot of sense to release a GT500 mid MY cycle.
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