The SN-95 redesign was the first one in 15 years, and it was dramatic. Sweeping curves replaced the simple lines of the Fox, and a new generation was born. 1994 would be the first year since 1974 a hatchback would not be offered, gone too was the notchback designation. Ford poured money into the redesign of the platform, addressing handling, vibration and softening the overall harshness of the ride. The interior changed to feature a “dual” cockpit that mimicked the curves now adorning the exterior of the car. The option list was long and featured many choices that would soon become standard like power windows & doors, air conditioning, cruise control and upgraded sound system. Ford’s Special Vehicle Team (SVT) introduced the Cobra in 1996, available in a special color package with Mystic Paint.
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