The new Ford Mustang: 4 top things to get excited about

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Have you ever seen a sexier Ford?

I’m waiting.

The seventh generation Ford Mustang is the most exhilarating and visceral yet, from its fighter jet-inspired digital cockpit to advanced turbocharged and naturally aspirated engines to its edgier yet still timeless exterior design. That’s what they say and the proof’s in the end result. Just look at it!

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The new Mustang by Ford has added another chapter to the icon that has delivered the looks, sound and appeal of the archetypal sports coupe.

Whether convertible or coupe, V8 or turbocharged 4-cylinder, manual or automatic, the car speaks to as many people as the original, who are after something with personality, guts and a whole lot of an air of cool.

Here are the 4 top things to look out from the new ride:

A completely rethought interior

Behind the chiseled exterior silhouette of the seventh-generation Mustang lies the most technologically advanced, driver-centric cockpit of any Mustang to date. The fighter jet-inspired cockpit offers the driver two flowing and curved displays that can be quickly customised to show the information the driver wants or needs to see.

Edgier design with timeless Mustang cues, plus more customisation

The seventh generation adds modern chiseled looks to its heritage-inspired design, which sets out to
appeal to the broadest Mustang customer mindset yet.

Mustang’s most advanced and athletic engines ever

The way Mustang looks, drives and sounds is key to the experience that makes drivers want to get
in the driver’s seat and hit the road. The all-new Mustang delivers an even more exciting drive
experience with new and advanced engine technologies.

More available advanced driver assistance technologies

The new Mustang is available with next-generation Driver Assistance Technologies 4 , including speed
sign recognition, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control – with stop-and-go functionality on automatic
transmission equipped variants, Lane Centering Assist, Evasive Steer Assist and Reverse Brake

Due in Australia late 2023.

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