Ford unveils new ‘Warriors in Pink’ edition Mustang at the New York International Auto Show to raise money for breast cancer education and research.

USD 500 donated for each WiP Mustang sold

At this year's New York International Auto Show Ford will display the new Warriors in Pink edition of the 2009 Ford Mustang. The 2009 Ford Mustang WiP Edition is limited to 1,000 units. For each vehicle sold Ford will donate USD 500 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, that's double what Ford donated from their 2008 Mustang WiP Edition. Over 14 years Ford has donated more than USD 95 million to breast cancer education and research and hopes to raise USD 1 million this year.

“Thanks to the tremendous response from our dealers and customers to the 2008 ‘Warriors in Pink’ Mustang, we knew we needed to continue offering the package, and we’re happy to be able to increase our support for the Cure at the same time,” said Connie Fontaine, Ford Experiential Marketing manager.

The 2009 Mustang Warriors in Pink package is available on the Mustang V6 Premium Coupe and Convertible. The package includes a new grille, pink ribbon and pony fender badge, pink striping and pink stitching on the charcoal leather seats and steering wheel. The charcoal floor mats have their own pink ribbons.

The 2009 Ford Mustang WiP will be available at dealerships nationwide this summer.

Gallery: 2009 Ford Mustang Warriors in Pink Edition at NYIAS