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2013 Mustang Boss 302 to get more tech including SYNC

By Drew Phillips - August 31, 2011 – 10:27 amOne Comment | 8,366 views

2012 Ford Mustang SYNC

During our time in the 2012 Mustang Boss 302 we were enjoying the high-revving 5.0-liter V8 and precise handling of the adjustable suspension so much that we didn’t even once wish for more features in the interior. We have heard from several owners, however, who wouldn’t mind more technology added to the Boss 302′s no-frills cockpit. It looks like they will be getting their wish, as a leaked list of features shows that more tech will be available on the 2013 Boss 302 including SYNC. Also new for 2013 will be a 4.2-inch LCD message center placed in the instrument cluster, most likely similar to the one currently used in other Ford offerings like the Explorer and F-150, as well as Ford’s MyKey system. We wouldn’t be surprised if these last two items were added to premium Mustang models as well.

In addition to revealing the new 2013 Boss 302 interior features, the leaked document revealed that HID headlights would also be available, although it’s unknown whether they will be standard or an option, and confirmed our earlier report that the 2013 Boss 302 would feature a graphics package similar to that of the 1970 Boss 302.

We’ll bring you more details about the 2013 Mustang and 2013 Boss 302 as soon as we get them.

2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Features:

POWERTRAIN/FUNCTIONAL

  • 3.73:1 Limited-slip rear-axle
  • 6-speed manual transmission
  • Adjustable front and rear shocks
  • Brembo™ front calipers and rotors
  • Easy Fuel® Capless Fuel Fill
  • Driver selectable Electric Power Assist Steering (EPAS)
  • Hi-Po 302 4V Ti-VCT V8 Engine
  • MyKey®
  • Rear-window defroster
  • Remote Keyless-entry
  • Tire mobility kit (Less spare tire)
  • Unique front and rear springs
  • Unique side and rear exit quad exhaust

EXTERIOR

  • HID Head Lamps
  • Black decklid spoiler
  • Modified front fascia with new splitter
  • Unique side mirrors without integrated spotter mirror
  • Unique (f) 19×9″ (r) 19×9.5″ black painted aluminum wheels with summer only tires
  • Unique intake manifold with production number plate
  • Unique front grille with fog lamps
  • Unique hood and side stripes “1970 Boss® 302 Livery”
  • Unique strut-tower brace

INTERIOR

  • New instrument cluster w/ 4.2″ LCD message center and MyColor®
  • Air Conditioning – Manual
  • Alcantara® Suede wrapped steering wheel
  • Audio – Premium AM/FM stereo w/single-CD & clock
  • SYNC®
  • Audio Input Jack
  • Bright aluminum pedal covers
  • Console – Full armrest with locking storage
  • Covered Cupholder – 2
  • Floor Mats – front, black
  • Footrest – Driver
  • Leather-wrapped parking brake handle
  • Satin-aluminum door release handles
  • Satin-aluminum register surrounds w/black vanes
  • Unique black shift knob
  • Unique cloth seats with gray embroidered Boss® logo
  • Unique dark aluminum instrument panel
  • Unique door scuff plates (non-lighted)
  • Vinyl wrapped door-trim

[Source: The Mustang Source]




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  • Jim dowmon says:

    Would think ford could out sell camaro with simply offering two new options. One to offer a 7 lb blower installed at the factory not qt the dealer for $6000 to $7000 And offer a wheel and cosmetic upgrade package called svt or scj or super cobra which would look similar to Shelby ,the cost savings from the Shelby could be passed to fords loyal customers and be a win win for all. The cosmetic package would run an additional $6500 to$7500. Let me know if you think this makes good business sense. I loved the Shelby but the economy , gas prices etc are making it harder for the average guy to own as a first or second car.

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