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From Steve McQueen to "The Fast and the Furious," the Mustang has long cruised through American pop culture, but Ford is hoping its snarling sports car will find a new generation of fans as it turns 50 in China.Ford received 22,000 orders on its first day of sale in the United States and exceeded 418,000 after one year, four times more than expected.Ford saw its sales in China soar 49 percent in 2013, with nearly 936,000 vehicles sold, but it trails behind rivals General Motors (3.16 million units) and Volkswagen (3.27 million).In the next year, it will add no fewer than 15 new models to the Chinese marketplace, as part of an aggressive growth strategy taking it beyond Mustang's North American territory.
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