2015 Ford Mustang: Official Car of the World’s Largest Tech Show
DEC
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The all-new 2015 Ford Mustang is already for garnering plenty of attention, but it’s the technology in particular that will be grabbing major headlines on January 7-10, 2014, when it performs duties as the “Official Car” of the 2014 International CES. The international event, held in Las Vegas, showcases the hottest emerging technology and innovation. In fact, Ford will use CES as an opportunity to reveal even more of the new technology features of the Mustang.

Did you know the 2015 model marks the most technologically advanced Mustang in its history? This includes driver-assist features and performance upgrades that allow you to tune the car to meet your own personal driving style, such as with available Selectable Drive Modes for controlling steering effort, throttle response, stability control and shift control. The ponycar also comes standard or has available cutting-edge technology such as Ford SYNC®, MyFord Touch® and AppLink™ for hands-free control, voice recognition and access to smartphone apps. Additionally, there are track apps for performance data, Blind Spot Information System for alerts when changing lanes and adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake support, which automatically adjust vehicle speed to maintain a safe following distance, or increases sensitivity of brake assist if a collision may be imminent.

As the “Official Car” of CES, a Mustang fastback will be on display in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center, and a convertible will hold center stage in the main display area of the North Hall.

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7 COMMENTS ON THIS ARTICLE
Sterling F If less really is more, I'm sure a base model will suit most just fine. Nothing wrong with keeping an open mind to new tech though.
7 day(s) ago via
peter l It is still a very good car all though will no dout be overpriced and in limited numbers. Must say its design looks very much like my Ford Puma only on a larger scale.
3 months(s) ago via
Jay S Sorry but, I prefer the retro look of the 2013 Mustang!  When I saw the concept of the 2015, I decided to order a 2013 because it says ... Mustang ... When you see it on the road, it turns heads just because it is unique!  The 2015 looks too much like "all the others"
3 months(s) ago via
Gary Well you'll likely have to pay more to add on the toys, so if you want pure just buy the basic model.
3 months(s) ago via
Sterling F I love the new Mustang, the current model is far behind, as far as interior quality and features. It'll be a welcome change to see the Mustang updated, better, faster and more features. Way to go guys, Love Ford! - Sterling
3 months(s) ago via
Austin C There is no doubt that the all new 2015 Ford Mustang is the most technologically advanced in its history. The designers of this automobile did an amazing job. As once said by Steve Jobs, design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
3 months(s) ago via
Dominic P This is not good news to me. Electronic tech is expensive stuff when it first arrives and then becomes worthless junk shortly after. In the case of Mustang, I believe less is more. There needs to be a genuine mechanical link between man and machine. This car you call Mustang should have been badged Probe.
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