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The dashboard has got some retro design elements from the 60s

Interiors – The retro theme continues on the inside as well. The sizeable three-spoke steering with a circular horn in the middle gives you a hint of the 60s. The flat dashboard with circular vents and a huge instrument cluster with analogue dials adds to the classic feel of the Mustang. However, some might feel the styling is not that premium and contemporary compared to the Germans but the Mustang is meant to be this way. The centre console comes with an action packed touchscreen infotainment system having a fantastic user interface shared with the new lot of Ford cars. It comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity that syncs your Smartphone seamlessly. The audio quality is crisp and rich but who needs to listen to music when there’s this beautiful symphony of the V8 engine.

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The rear seats of the Mustang are not practical for adults

The interiors of the Mustang are comfortable to be in having a ton of convenient features

The driving position is not that raked which means it’s comfortable for long journeys as well as city driving. The ingress and egress is relatively easy and you don’t need to crouch down hard to get into the car. The front seats are very supportive and snug and the cushioning is suitable for long drives. The rear seats are strictly meant for kids since the legroom and headroom is tight for adults. It’s only usable for short stints in the city. Some of the key features include Pony projection puddle lamps, rain sensing wipers, dual zone climate control, power adjustable front seats, ambient lighting, etc.