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A six-speed manual transmission remains standard while a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters is available. Further down the track, look for more powerful variants including a new model from Ford’s SVT performance division.
Also down the track will be a new Mustang Convertible. Buyers of the convertible will appreciate the standard multilayer insulated cloth top that gives the car a more upscale appearance and a quieter cabin, according to Ford. The new top also lowers twice as fast as before, and has a sleeker profile when down.
Inside, there is a distinct aviation-inspired theme. Large, clear instrumentation puts vehicleinformation right in front of the driver in the roomier cabin, while improved ergonomics and tactile switches and knobs provide better control.
High-tech features include driver-adjustable stability, steering systems, throttle and transmission systems; launch control, SYNC with MyFord Touch; Shaker Pro audio; and blind-spot monitors, cross-traffic alert, and a lot of other safety features your average Mustang driver will completely ignore are also available.
Sales of the 2015 Ford Mustang commence next summer, following an official debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show in January.