They do look kinda nice, but lets face it, they're too common to be called a supercar in my book. It seems like 1 car in 20 on the road is a Ford Mustang of some kind. They all look the same and don't have a huge ammount of power (although 300+ is respectable). I wouldn't buy one for a lot of reasons but one is because of it's level of being an exclusive car. I like rare cars and Mustangs are anything but. It's true that they sell really well but they'll always be "pony cars" and not true "sports cars" (like Porsches) or, especially, "supercars" (like Ferraris).