Ford Introduces A Mustang Inspired Ice Cream Sandwich, 2018 Configurator Coming Later This Month

Ford has teamed up with Coolhaus to celebrate National Ice Cream Day with a new flavor inspired by the 2018 Mustang.

Dubbed Orange Fury, the ice cream has the same name as one of the new colors available on the updated pony car.

The ice cream will be sandwiched between two Vanilla Whoopie cookies and given out for free at various locations in New York City. Fans who don’t live in New York aren’t completely out of luck as Orange Fury will also be offered at the Coolhaus shop in Culver City, California.

According to Coolhaus CEO Natasha Case, “I’ve always been a fan of the Mustang and was super excited when they came to us with such a special project.” She added, “We couldn’t be happier that one of the original American classics chose Coolhaus, a new American classic, as a way to add excitement to their latest innovation.”

While it’s hard to get excited about a limited edition ice cream sandwich, Ford confirmed the 2018 Mustang configurator will be launched on July 25th. This likely means we’ll learn a lot more about the car in the next two weeks.

In the meantime, the automaker has already revealed the Mustang will come equipped with a retuned suspension and a new digital instrument cluster. Other highlights include an upgraded V8 engine, a new 10-speed automatic transmission, and a retro-inspired Pony Package.

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  • mb4design

    Okay, even though it’s not really a car story it includes ice cream so by a narrow margin you may still call it a “Carscoop”.

  • salamOOn

    this is pretty stupid advertising…

    • Auf Wiedersehen

      And of course, it only works in N.Y. and California…cause they’re the only places that matter…right?

  • ODD AD MASH-UP BUT WHERE CAN I GET SOME ICE CREAM?

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