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Old 10-01-2013, 11:56 AM   #1
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Cool new spy pix of the interior

2015 Mustang Interior Shows Paddle Shifters, Push Button Start, BLIS, C Pillar, etc. - 2015+ S550 Mustang Forum (6th Generation Platform) - Mustang6G.com

FINALLY some clear shots of the inside. A LOT of new tech.. paddle shifters, push start etc.
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It has push to start
Hopefully I win the lotto
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Not a huge departure from the current mustang. The center console has more buttons , but the rest is similar. The steering is really busy with the cruise control lol. No envy from me just yet! Except for push start button. Not a deal breaker, but definitely a cool little featuree
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Not a huge departure from the current mustang. The center console has more buttons , but the rest is similar. The steering is really busy with the cruise control lol. No envy from me just yet! Except for push start button. Not a deal breaker, but definitely a cool little featuree
People have been saying for months that the 2015 really isn't as different as everyone is thinking. It's more of an evolution then a whole new generation. The jump from the 5G to the 6G will be smaller than other jumps in the past, mainly because a lot of people (me included) are very happy with the current look, and they don't want to stray to far from it.
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Paddle shifters, OH MY GOD!!! YES! I already liked the new gen mustang a lot. The interior looks good. I REALLY want one now.
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If it has paddle shifters I will blow up my car and buy a camaro
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Paddle shifters and push button? Goodbye muscle car status.....
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I didnt see any paddle shifters, but i did see a stick shifter. If it did have paddle shifters and a double clutch, that would be sweet.
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Paddle shifters and push button? Goodbye muscle car status.....
Hasn't really been a muscle car since 1973. The only thing arguably retro muscle car about it is the live axle and it's what most people spend their time whining about on here. I'm all for change. Besides, the beauty of a mustang is you don't need to own a new one to love one. No one will ever look back and say they wish they still had their 96 Taurus , but some will look fondly on their 96 cobra, just as they close the garage door behind it .

The paddle shifters will most likely be the automatic transmission . It's a variety of tiptronic style trannies with fake paddle shifters. Real dual clutched magnesium paddle shifter style transmission are really expensive and were nowhere near close to a time where they will be common. Most likely there will be 6 speed manual, a 6/7 auto with paddle shifter option. I could be talking out of my butt here, but either way, what's the big deal? I don't drive auto , so it doesn't affect me in the least.
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PADDLE SHIFTERS ARE ONLY ON THE AUTO. I swear it shouldn't even be a question, and everyone is crying about it already without knowing anything.
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This looks great! Really felt a need to upgrade electronics and interior of the mustang. Curious about the gauges now!
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This looks great! Really felt a need to upgrade electronics and interior of the mustang. Curious about the gauges now!
Tach and speedo switched sides. Same basic look though.

Plus, did anyone notice that there's no key hole for the ignition? XD
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Tach and speedo switched sides. Same basic look though.

Plus, did anyone notice that there's no key hole for the ignition? XD
Hence the push button start. Like the new 3 series BMW, no key hole necessary. The old ones needed it, but no more. Mustang looking to be quite modern with the 6G.
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The more I see this Mustang, the more I like it. But, unless I can afford the GT, with my 2013 as a trade in, I won't get one. I would see what parts are interchangeable, because I would want to keep a part if my 1st car, maybe the rear deck lid cap...
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The more I see this Mustang, the more I like it. But, unless I can afford the GT, with my 2013 as a trade in, I won't get one. I would see what parts are interchangeable, because I would want to keep a part if my 1st car, maybe the rear deck lid cap...
I'm kind of the same way. I have a 13' v6, and I hope to trade it in up to a 15 GT, depending on how much I can get for my 13.
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Hasn't really been a muscle car since 1973. The only thing arguably retro muscle car about it is the live axle and it's what most people spend their time whining about on here. I'm all for change. Besides, the beauty of a mustang is you don't need to own a new one to love one. No one will ever look back and say they wish they still had their 96 Taurus , but some will look fondly on their 96 cobra, just as they close the garage door behind it .

The paddle shifters will most likely be the automatic transmission . It's a variety of tiptronic style trannies with fake paddle shifters. Real dual clutched magnesium paddle shifter style transmission are really expensive and were nowhere near close to a time where they will be common. Most likely there will be 6 speed manual, a 6/7 auto with paddle shifter option. I could be talking out of my butt here, but either way, what's the big deal? I don't drive auto , so it doesn't affect me in the least.
I still have a 96 Taurus. 53000 miles.
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I'm liking the interior a lot but damn it, I've got less than a year of payments left on my '11 GT and I don't wanna start over again.
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I still have a 96 Taurus. 53000 miles.
I don't think you understood what I meant here. I've had 2 and I don't miss any of them lol
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Interior looks like it was made by Chevy. I am not a fan. Cheap cheap cheap
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Interior looks like it was made by Chevy. I am not a fan. Cheap cheap cheap
Gotta agree. The AC controls look like a 90's Pontiac Grand Am.
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Gotta agree. The AC controls look like a 90's Pontiac Grand Am.
Exactly. I like the interior in my 2012 premium. It's all very solid.
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Exactly. I like the interior in my 2012 premium. It's all very solid.
Guys. This is long way from a final interior.

Fit and finish WILL change. Might resemble this. Might not.

Can people stop freaking out about the 15 until they SIT in one on a dealer's lot???
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I don't think that's what it will look like inside. That's way to cheap and old looking. If so I will definitely not get one
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I don't think that's what it will look like inside. That's way to cheap and old looking. If so I will definitely not get one
That's what they layout will look like, all of the buttons are 3D printed for the mules, the final version will be more put together, it'll look better.
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Guys. This is long way from a final interior. Fit and finish WILL change. Might resemble this. Might not. Can people stop freaking out about the 15 until they SIT in one on a dealer's lot???
I don't understand. Someone posts a spy pic and says how awesome it is and raves about it. Then if someone doesn't really like all of it, then it's 'wait til it's done, that's not really what it's going to look like'
So then don't post pics and say its awesome, because that's not what it really looks like. Right?
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I don't understand. Someone posts a spy pic and says how awesome it is and raves about it. Then if someone doesn't really like all of it, then it's 'wait til it's done, that's not really what it's going to look like'
So then don't post pics and say its awesome, because that's not what it really looks like. Right?
Good point. We are all entitled to our own opinions.
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Its possible for them to do all the interior and electronics testing indoors..... It may not look anything like that on the exterior or interior.
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