NEWS — Mustang gets bigger stable

NEWS - Mustang gets bigger stable

Mustang Marine will increase production facilities by more than 20 per cent with factory space at the Gold Coast Marine Centre, reflecting not only growth in sales but also the ongoing commitment to the brand, it said.

The announcement follows recent news from Mustang of the release of the new Sports Cruiser range — the 2850 Sports Cruisers and the 2850 Super Sports — and the release of detailed specifications on the new 500 Sports Coupe and 550 Sports Euro models.

“The recent successful release of several new models and a sharp pick-up in sales across our range has led to an urgent requirement for more space,” Chris Heaton, Mustang’s CEO said.

“Our investment in research and development over the past 12 months is paying off and the market is telling us we have hit the spot with our new models.

“The Gold Coast Marine Centre is modern, clean, well equipped and located in the heart of the Gold Coast Marine precinct — a perfect on-water location for the finishing phase of our high-quality products,” he said.

Mustang said the new facility will be used for the final stage of production and sea trialling of a number of products. It will also be used for flybridge assembly on the M43 and M56 Sports Flybridge models.

Tim Sayer, general manager of the Gold Coast Marine Centre said: “We are extremely happy to have Mustang on board at the Marine Centre. Mustang is an iconic Australian brand and is a natural fit with the quality stable of Marine Service providers and manufacturers we have on-site.”

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Image: The Mustang M56 Sports Flybridge.