DAVISON, Mich. – Ford is helping add a little muscle to a local school program that teaches teens about the technology that goes into making cars tick.

Officials from the Ford Motor company visited Davison High School’s Alternative Education building on Wednesday to make a high-powered donation.

Ford donated a 2024 Mustang to the Davison High School Automotive Technologies program with some help from Milnes Ford.

The program says that all of their other vehicles on site were no newer than 2008.

The program teaches students how to work on vehicles and understand their inner workings.