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Of all the stupid things ever put into a vehicle. Is Ford going to pay for the busted windshield from a baseball bat when some bozo with a custom exhaust remote revs his car and pisses someone off?

Really Ford, you could have taken that features resources and put them toward a decent interior.

Good Lord...

(my opinion)
 
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Of all the stupid things ever put into a vehicle. Is Ford going to pay for the busted windshield from a baseball bat when some bozo with a custom exhaust remote revs his car and pisses someone off?

Really Ford, you could have taken that features resources and put them toward a decent interior.

Good Lord...

(my opinion)
I see your point, but I think you are in the miniority here. Will I use it, hell yes. I think it is cool. Will I use it often, no.

In addition, I don't think it took long for Ford to develop this.
 

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Perhaps I've missed it, but has Ford stated whether or not this works on a manual car? The fact that this states you can manually start the car makes me think you should be able to do it with a manual that's in neutral.
 


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Perhaps I've missed it, but has Ford stated whether or not this works on a manual car? The fact that this states you can manually start the car makes me think you should be able to do it with a manual that's in neutral.
just autos unfortunately
 

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My grandson will LOVE it! LOL

However, I would gladly give it up to have a heads up display HUD... just sayin'
 

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I guess it's what Ford pictures as the new generation of Mustang enthusiasts: Can't drive stick, needs video game type animated screens and poser-revs in a parking lot.

Makes me wonder how the OG 60s muscle car guys see us S550 folks with heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheels, etc. :crackup:
 

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Perhaps I've missed it, but has Ford stated whether or not this works on a manual car? The fact that this states you can manually start the car makes me think you should be able to do it with a manual that's in neutral.
This is for the 10-speed auto only. Same as remote start.
 

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My grandson will LOVE it! LOL

However, I would gladly give it up to have a heads up display HUD... just sayin'
100% I would much rather have the HUD than the remote rev. I think the HUD should have been standard on GT and DH. A little disappointing that it is not even an option.
 

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I guess it's what Ford pictures as the new generation of Mustang enthusiasts: Can't drive stick, needs video game type animated screens and poser-revs in a parking lot.

Makes me wonder how the OG 60s muscle car guys see us S550 folks with heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheels, etc. :crackup:
Nothing poser about heated and cooled seats! Vinyl is just brutal when the temps creep up. Instant sweaty back.
 

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While the remote start is great, I doubt I will ever use this...
 

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Of all the stupid things ever put into a vehicle. Is Ford going to pay for the busted windshield from a baseball bat when some bozo with a custom exhaust remote revs his car and pisses someone off?

Really Ford, you could have taken that features resources and put them toward a decent interior.

Good Lord...

(my opinion)
Why would Ford pay for a schizo who breaks your car? That's what insurance is for.

Why would you get mad at Ford for this? It's not their fault you're revving your engine.
 

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I guess it's what Ford pictures as the new generation of Mustang enthusiasts: Can't drive stick, needs video game type animated screens and poser-revs in a parking lot.

Makes me wonder how the OG 60s muscle car guys see us S550 folks with heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheels, etc. :crackup:
Target audiences change, ive been to plenty of cars and coffee's to know that the real '60s muscle car guys are still muscle car guys, they just moved on to the 350 and the 500 or to resto/restomod and kit classics instead.
 

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Makes me wonder how the OG 60s muscle car guys see us S550 folks with heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheels, etc.
I'm a 60's muscle car guy. First was a 1966 Fairlane GTA. I love all this stuff including the tech. Besides, I'm old and frail. I need it!! :crackup: :cwl: :like:
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