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Next-generation Ford Mustang interior grows on screen

The next generation Ford Mustang is on the way, and puzzle pieces seem to be gathering weekly. Ford CEO Claim it will be great Patent documents that may be related to car tips Potential hybrid drivetrain with drift mode.. But as far as aesthetics is concerned, we know virtually nothing. Now that we have a picture of the interior of the muscle car, it’s just changed, thanks to the friendly spy photographer. Heavy on the screen.

Recent photos show that most core interior controls, including those for HVAC, are now Large central touch screen.. Also, some physical buttons remain, but hazards, auto start / stop, Towing control. And what about that button with the Mustang icon?

And like the display on the center console, this Mustang’s instrument cluster is also strictly digital. Older versions of the current generation S550 were still available in analog clusters, but this seems to be entirely new. Looking at this new cluster, this particular car appears to be strictly petrol-powered, has a steering assist impediment, and collects a lot besides the fact that it’s likely a development habit. You can not.

For those who are interested in whether the two-door Mustang shares parts That electric crossover brother, Only the blinker and wiper stems seem to have been carried over. The steering wheel with flat bottom and paddle shifter is a completely different unit than the one used in the Mach-E.

Until the arrival of Ford’s new two doors Probably in 2023 This is the best way to see the interior we are trying to get.We are already pretty sure The car is equipped with a V8 engine And that Very similar Mustang for years, but Ford, as you might expect, is tightly closed about the new car. To truly satisfy your curiosity, you will have to wait for it to become apparent.

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