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2013 Ford Mustang Gauge ModeIt looks as if the 2013 Ford Mustang will receive a 4.2-inch LCD screen in its gauge cluster. Stang TV has gotten its hands on some photos of a few dealer training posters introducing the new tech, and the screen can be configured to display all sorts of important vehicle information.

In addition to standard data like transmission and coolant temperature, owners will be able to keep an eye on cylinder head temperature, the air/fuel ratio and more. Now this is the kind of advance we get behind. Ford also appears to be readying a number of apps that drivers will be able to access through the screen.

Chief among those is a track app that can keep tabs on you information like eighth mile, quarter mile, 0-60 and 0-100 mile-per-hour times. Drivers will even be able to measure braking performance. It all sounds like a lot of gadgetry to play around with in a safe, controlled environment. Head over to Stang TV for a closer look.


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      protovici
      • 3 Years Ago
      Yeah, ok, gonna play in a "safe" enviroment. How about full throttle as soon as I hit the on ramp! This stang is a street racers dream lol!!
      Lance E. Jones
      • 3 Years Ago
      But will it have a telescoping steering wheel?
      AcidTonic
      • 3 Years Ago
      Air to Fuel Ratio? So the new Mustang no longer has a Narrowband O2 and ships with a Wideband 02? Really?!? You only need a wideband when you're tuning and voiding your warranty. According to Ford we aren't supposed to tune the car so why would we need AFRs? Not to mention I'm probably one of the few guys here who tune their own vehicle. Adjusting timing tables, variable cam tables, fuel tables, boost control, etc. I bought the Evo because tuning on the Mustang was garbage and required expensive vendor locked modules and software that cost over $1000. Or you buy a flasher and pay someone else to tune. To tune the Evo I just needed a Tactrix cable and ECUFlash which was 1/10th the price. Now we're patching ECUs to run speed density and flip between two tunes without turning the car off. Just kind of sickening to find Ford pretending they actually offer something in the way of tuning because they really don't.
        throwback
        • 3 Years Ago
        @AcidTonic
        "Just kind of sickening to find Ford pretending they actually offer something in the way of tuning because they really don't." Sickening, really? This is clearly not intended for a hard core tuner such as yourself, why the hate?
          AcidTonic
          • 3 Years Ago
          @throwback
          Because they fool other people who don't know any better into thinking that the Mustang has the same level of tuning capabilities as a car like mine. For instance to see what options the community has developed for my car for FREE ...... http://evoecu.logic.net/wiki/TephraMod#Main_Tephra_Mod_Options_Table And to tune the Ford you'll be paying out $728 dollars. http://www.lethalperformance.com/05-09-mustang-gt-computer-sct-c-576_784_3831/sct-pro-racer-custom-tuning-package-with-xcal-2-or-x3-p-3377?zenid=ab3aa2c7337ce40fccc00de10094cad0 One of the reasons I sold my cobra was that I was stuck without a way to tune or create much horsepower before an engine rebuild and expensive supercharger purchase. Where as the Evo can tune for under $100 and easily add horsepower a part at a time without any large purchases. Stock turbo stock motor can easily hit 400awhp without much of an investment.
        Sean
        • 3 Years Ago
        @AcidTonic
        you're mad at ford because they aren't easy to tune? how familiar are you with the mustangs ecu? you're making bold assumptions here. for all you know, they could indeed use a wideband lambda sensor to ensure WOT pulls are in the ideal AFR range. you're also neglecting to mention that tuning your car with that ecuflash voids your warranty. the OEM can tell when you've flashed the ECU, even if you attempt to change it back to stock. also, really? you can afford an EVO or a cobra but you can't afford tuning hardware/software for $728?
      AngeloD
      • 3 Years Ago
      Has Ford fixed the problems with the China-built 6-speed manual transmission yet? If not, they should concentrate on that before interior upgrades. The trans problems are holding back a lot of buyers right now.
        Randy
        • 3 Years Ago
        @AngeloD
        Now them all. All 2 of them, I dare you! heh
      to your email L
      • 3 Years Ago
      but no independent rear suspension
        dklkse1
        • 3 Years Ago
        @to your email L
        The only thing more tired than the live axle suspension itself is all the whiny comments regarding it as a fault. Have you even driven a recent Mustang, or do you just enjoy uninspired trolling?
      bchreng
      • 3 Years Ago
      2 questions: 1) would a feature like this be available on a base model V6 or will buyers have to step up to the Premium V6 to get this? 2) When will we likely start seeing the 2013 model in dealer lots?
      thedriveatfive
      • 3 Years Ago
      I really cant wait to see the 2015
      J.D
      • 3 Years Ago
      Wish I had waited for the 2013 boss instead of buying the 2012....getting one to aus was hard enough. Hopefully someone will figure out an easy retrofit kit.
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