Ford’s Mustang is expected to return to the world by the end of 2020 or early 2020. Although it is not currently on sale in India. The Mustang is one of India’s most successful sports or GT cars. Since it combines attractive appearances, good performance, and good driving methods. In addition, an attractive price in a comfortable cabin.
Ford has sold an impressive 450 Mustangs in India since its introduction here in the middle of 2016. Indeed, Ford was so successful in introducing it to international markets. He was able to sell more sports cars in Europe than Porsche. That’s a massive thing.
So what’s different from the previous 2016 Mustang GT?
Known as the Mustang 2020 in the USA, this car has a new chin with airflow-shaped vanes and the sculpted cap is re-faced a couple. In addition, the front and back are lit by new LEDs, and the boot’s kick-up is more prominent.
Inside, a new digital instrument cluster is included in the amendments. Here, if you’re manually modeled, shift lights prompt you to get gear. You can get Android Car and Apple CarPlay on your main touchscreen, and the screen quality has also been improved. While the quality of the basic plastic bits does not improve significantly, improvements are being made. In areas such as the trim on the door pads and seating quality.
After mid-2021 and with over the air releases the Ford F-150 and Mustang Mach-E receives a hands-free driver support structure.
The global car industry is now raging for autonomous driver assistance and self-driving technology. And all the major carmakers are competing to offer and improve such systems. Ford Motor Company also announced it will offer the 2021 F-150 and the Mustang Mach-E self-driving tech. Although both will have the necessary system hardware to operate, the software will be available only in the third quarter of 2021. The system will become accessible via OTA updates (Over-the-Air) and customers must subscribe to make use of the services; for a three-year subscription plan, it will cost $600 (nearly Rs. 45,000).
The Ford F-150 Limited will be standardized with the Active Drive Assist hardware, which will be available for $1,595 (~Rs. 12,000) on another trimester. For the Mustang Mach E, the hands-free system will standard three trims. First-California Route 1, Premium, and First Edition. While other trims will have a Comfort and Technology Package of $3,200,000 (~Rs. 24,000), which will also be equipped with a 360-degree camera, heated wheel, and heated headrest. In the system’s first year on the market, Ford is expected to sell more than 1.00,000 Active Drives Assist models. These are enabled for F-150 and Mustang Mach-E models.