Secret Mustang Tech Features to be Revealed at CES

19 Dec, 2013

Ford Mustang at CES
It appears that all the earlier talk that the 2015 Ford Mustang could be one of the most high-tech cars on the road might be even truer than expected.

Ford has announced that the all-new model has been named the official car of the 2014 International CES, one of the biggest conferences in the world when it comes to technological innovation.

In addition to being prominently featured at the event  from Jan 7 – 10, Ford will also use CES to unveil a number of secret tech features in the new Mustang.

Ford’s already revealed that the sixth-gen pony car will feature MyFord Touch. It features an eight-inch high-resolution touch screen display and AppLink, which gives drivers the ability to control more than 60 Apps in car through voice commands. The new Mustang also features a number of performance centered in-car tech features such as Track Apps, which gives the driver instant access to info that really gauges your skills behind the wheel such as acceleration stats.

We also know that the 2015 Mustang will feature a launch control system for a better jump off the line as well as other tech elements such as adaptive cruise control and advanced blind spot information technology.

What’s unknown at this point is exactly what Ford might have up its sleeve for CES. But with features like a more advanced self-parking system in the works, which will enable a person to park a car from inside or outside the vehicle, anything seems possible.