2015 Mustang to Pack State-of-the-Art Tech, Says Ford Insider
Not exactly surprising news if you ask us, as every next-generation vehicle betters its predecessor, but an unnamed member for the Mustang development team revealed that the new pony will gain a wide range of high-tech features based on the latest technologies fitted on current Ford products.
The source decline to offer actual details or hints on what to expect, but the 2015 Mustang should get a state-of-the-art infotainment and navigation system, a configurable gauge cluster, blind spot detection, lane departure, backup sensors and new suspension technology.
In addition, the Ford insider confirmed that most renderings showing the sixth-generation Mustang “aren’t far off” from the real thing.
The highly-anticipated Detroit-developed musclecar will be unveiled at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show in January, while more details are expected to surface towards the end of the year. Stick around more info.
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