Too cold? Ford debuts 1990s-style Ice White Mustangs

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Ford is getting in on the 1990s fashion revival.

The Ice White Mustangs are inspired by the 1993 Triple White Mustang

The automaker has revealed a pair of Ice White Mustangs that it thinks are very … cool.

Ford only built 1,500 Triple White Mustangs in 1993.
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The throwback looks of the Mustang coupe and Mach-E Ice White appearance packages are inspired by the limited edition 1993 Triple White Mustang convertible, which featured white exteriors, interiors and wheels, but aren’t quite as all-in.

Available Ice White Appearance Package on appropriately configured 2022 Mustang Mach-E and Mustang Coupe models. Closed course.

The coupe – which is available as either a turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost Premium or 5.0-liter GT Premium – features Oxford White paint and badges and white accents in its black cabin that includes a white aluminum insert on the dashboard. 


The wheels, however, are silver with white pockets.


The electric Mach-E gets a similar treatment, but goes with a Star White body and light Space Grey interior trim.


As for the Ice White name, Ford isn’t saying it, but it also brings to mind the most famous 5.0 Mustang ever: rapper Vanilla Ice’s 1990 Mustang GT convertible, which he sings about in several of his hit songs and still owns today.

Mr. Ice himself hasn’t said anything on social media about the new Ice White cars, but he’s been busy headlining the “I love the 90s Tour,” which was postponed from last year and also features Tone Loc, Naughty By Nature, Young MC and other stars from the era.

Pricing for the Ice White Mustangs hasn’t been announced, but the order books open this fall for deliveries starting early next year.

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