Mustang is described as a small, hardy, half-wild horse.

Ref: 122587/2006-10-10

In the industrial or industry context, "Mustang" typically refers to a type of car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. Mustang is a sports car or pony car that has been in production since the mid-1960s and is widely regarded as one of the classic American muscle cars.

Examples of Mustang in an industrial context include:

  • A Ford dealership selling new and used Mustang vehicles.
  • A car manufacturer licensing the Mustang name and producing Mustang-branded vehicles.
  • An automotive parts supplier producing aftermarket parts and accessories for Mustang vehicles.
  • A company specializing in customizing and restoring Mustang vehicles.

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