9. Technology Updates
It isn’t every day that Ford brings out a new Mustang. In fact, the fourth and fifth generations both lived for roughly a decade, so you can probably understand why modernizing the new car is so important. The cabin probably won’t change much for the next five years.
So what’s new? Pretty much everything, but here are a couple of the highlights. Ford is integrating a touch screen with its MyFord Touch infotainment system. Depending on how you feel about the system, that could count for a mark in either the “win” or “lose” column.
But there’s good news in the technology department even if you think MyFord Touch stinks. The car also gets blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert systems, both of which will make the heavily raked coupe easier to manage for daily driving.