Next-gen Ford Mustang interior revealed in spy photos
We’ve seen heavily camouflaged next-generation Ford Mustang prototypes before, but what we haven’t seen yet are spy shots of an exposed interior. That changes today, as one of our spy shooters managed to nab a Mustang test car with much of its interior in plain sight.
It is not surprising to see that the interior of the new generation of Mustang evolves to be more technological and modern than the previous one. However, the design presented here is not too far from the current car.
Starting with the most notable changes, it looks like the new Mustang is getting a much larger infotainment display screen than it currently offers. That screen is flanked by an all-digital instrument cluster display, and while Ford has already offered a digital cluster in the Mustang, this one appears to be updated with new graphics and could very well be a dashboard display. best quality.
We can see some icons displayed on the screen. An exhaust emblem likely indicates the exhaust is in “loud” mode. The speedometer goes up to 220 km/h, which translates to around 137 mph. And this particular car seems to be throwing a “Steering Assist” error code. As indicated by the “car centered between the lines” emblem on the steering wheel itself and the on-screen message, it does appear that Ford’s lane-keeping system will be available on the new Mustang. This particular test car also appears to be equipped with adaptive cruise control.
Looking elsewhere inside this Mustang, one thing that seems to be missing are the climate control buttons. A photo of the infotainment system indicates that you’ll adjust your climate settings via the screen instead of the hard buttons. The single row of center buttons shown here show off some basic car controls like traction control, auto start/stop, defrost, hazards and two that aren’t yet so obvious. These two buttons are indicated by a Mustang logo and a star.
Beyond the center console, the gear lever is visible on the console. It resembles the current shifter design with the push button on top. The air vents are rectangular in shape (the current car has round air vents) and the steering wheel itself has a flat-bottomed design.
Feel free to browse through the various exterior shots our shooter managed to get alongside the interior shots. They don’t reveal much that we haven’t already seen, but they’re interesting to watch nonetheless.