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Pulsing Start Button the Heartbeat of New Mustang

That red pulsing you’re seeing isn’t the result of a particularly long night, but is instead the heartbeat of your new 2018 Ford Mustang. The pulsing start/stop button on the new Mustang starts beating as soon as you open the door and continues until you fire up this historic pony car. Beating a steady 30 times a minute, the pulsing button mimics the heart rate of a resting pony. Feel your heart beat just a little faster this fall when the all-new Mustang makes its way to Chapman Ford.

2018 Mustang Loaded With Upgrades

Although the pulsing heart rate button may just be a cool gizmo, the 2018 Mustang is loaded with new features and says goodbye to one tried and true component. Gone is the 3.7L V6 as Ford execs reasoned buyers either want the economy and power of the turbo four-cylinder, or go all out for the performance of the new 5.0L Coyote V8. The four-cylinder is expected to produce somewhere around 350 horsepower with its functioning overboost system. Horsepower on the new Coyote engine hasn’t yet been released, but a new fuel-delivery method and quad exhaust should boost the output significantly from this year’s model. A new 10-speed transmission is also coming, making the most out of each performance cycle while delivering the most power and efficiency possible.

A new 12-inch digital gauge cluster highlights the changes to the interior of the new Ford Mustang, with three different driving modes from which to choose. Normal looks like a standard gauge cluster. Sport changes the tachometer to highlight the higher rev cycles. The Track mode setting removes the speedometer and tach, providing a digital speed readout and longitudinal rpm gauge at the top of the cluster.

Ford is also making available its full suite of driver assistance safety features for the new Mustang. Features such as pedestrian detection, lane-keep assist and lane-departure warning will help you and your passengers reach your destination safely.

Be Part of History with New Mustang

Since its inception in the 1964 1/2 model year, the Ford Mustang has captured the hearts of America’s driving enthusiasts. As competitors strive mightily to keep up, this king of the Pony cars continues to blaze trails into the 21st century. Stay in touch with Chapman Ford to see when the new Mustang will bring its beating heart to the Scottsdale showroom this fall.

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