Reeling from the success of the Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Motor Company Vice President Lee Iacocca decided to strike back with the sting of a Mustang. His car would be a practical 4-seater and would sell for a fraction of the Corvette’s price. In a stroke of marketing genius, he allowed buyers to order what amounted to a custom car. Coupes or convertibles could be powered by spindly 101-hp 6-cylinders or snarling 289-hp V8s. Ford sold 121,538 Mustangs in the first year or production, and Iacocca became a certified Car God. Ford has stayed true to the concept of “There may be many Mustangs, but this one is mine!” A kaleidoscopic color chart and power options ranging from the Earth-friendly 4-cylinder EcoBoost V6 to the “You’re gonna need more insurance…” supercharged 760-hp V8 allow full expression of personal preferences. Whether you opt for the track-ready Shelby GT or a more practical car, you can entrust to a teenager, there is truly a Mustang for every taste in 2020; Ford.com.
The Go-Getters 2023
Located in one of the most diverse and dynamic business centers in the world, Miami Herbert Business School offers unparalleled opportunities to learn, engage and grow. The graduates are thought-leaders who transform business, scholarship and lives. To celebrate them, We partnered with the school to present our annual “Go-Getters” feature, honoring current students and recent grads, their successes, hopes and dreams.
It’s A Dog’s World
Inspired by the healing power of dogs, this editorial communicates the feelings that our beloved pets give us — a sense of calm, comfort, love, peace and joy. The custom-made pearls represent a human-dog connection that transcends space and time.