Right) Nick Eterovic, Interior Design Manager, Ford Motor Company, Nigel
Harris, President and Managing Director, Ford India, Prakash Patel, Global
Programme Manager, Ford Mustang and Anurag Mehrotra, Executive Director for
Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford India.
On the mechanical
front Ford engineers have equipped the Mustang with new front and rear
suspension systems and will result in a better foundation for more predictable
wheel control that benefits handling, steering, and ride of the Mustang. The rear
has an all-new integral-link independent suspension with geometry, springs,
dampers and bushings which have been specifically modified and tuned for this
high-performance application. The engine also comes with an upgraded valve
train and cylinder heads apart from a new intake manifold which improves
low-speed breathing for better fuel economy, idle stability, and emissions.
The new Ford
Mustang will also feature smart technologies the Sync connectivity system, navigation,
push button start, passive entry, power folding mirrors, and a rear camera which
come standard on the all-new Mustang. The Mustang also comes with a Selectable
Drive Modes (SDM) which will allow them to toggle easily between normal,
snow/wet, sport and track modes to quickly adjust steering effort, engine
response, and transmission and electronic stability control settings.