Back in 2014, Ford finally decided to unleash its redesigned Mustang internationally and this included a reach of a total of 140 countries.

This was a good move as IHS Automotive reported that 110,000 Mustang Coupes was sold in 2015 on top of another 30,000 units of convertible sales. This catapulted the model all the way to the top as the world’s best-selling sports coupe.

The Mustang didn’t stop there and it went on to nab the world’s best-selling sports car title in 2016 with its 6 percent hike in international sales, amounting to a whooping total of 150,431 units of sales.

Ford Mustang’s marketing manager, Mark Schaller, stated that, “The legacy of Mustang continues to grow, and in places it never reached before..We continue to make it available in new markets, and drivers in those markets continue to respond with resounding approval.”

Well, it may be too early to say this but we’re pretty sure that the Mustang will not be giving up this title anytime soon as the automaker is looking to continue the car’s global growth this year with an additional of another six countries.