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Mustang and Camaro: What’s new for 2019

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 11: The Ford Mustang debuted at the 1964 World’s Fair. Aimed at a younger audience, buyers could not get enough of the sporty, affordable car. Chevy followed suit with the Camaro in 1966 as a direct competitor, forever cementing the pony car into the American automotive landscape. Over the following years and decades, the rivalry between Mustang and Camaro made both cars better. From the horsepower wars of the 1960s to the horsepower wars of today, each marque has worked hard to stay on top while still retaining the blend of affordability and sporting nature that defines the breed. The new cars for 2019 look better than ever: more power, improved handling, and the latest amenities. We break down the most popular trim levels for each model and take a closer look at what’s what. The most American vehicles of all timeAmerica’s rarest cars on display at the Capital Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro: a look at 2019

The Ford Mustang debuted at the 1964 World’s Fair. Aimed at a younger audience, buyers could not get enough of the sporty, affordable car. Chevy followed suit with the Camaro in 1966 as a direct competitor, forever cementing the pony car into the American automotive landscape.

Over the following years and decades, the rivalry between Mustang and Camaro made both cars better. From the horsepower wars of the 1960s to the horsepower wars of today, each marque has worked hard to stay on top while still retaining the blend of affordability and sporting nature that defines the breed.

The new cars for 2019 look better than ever: more power, improved handling, and the latest amenities. We break down the most popular trim levels for each model and take a closer look at what’s what.

The most American vehicles of all time

America’s rarest cars on display at the Capital

Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

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