The 2018 Ford Mustang has a Pulse


Ford has revealed a cool little feature on the 2018 Mustang. When you enter your Mustang and get in behind the wheel, the push-to-start engine button will actually pulsate at 30 “beats” a minute.

The button will continue to pulse until you press it and turn the engine over. The rate of 30 beats a minute is, according to Ford, the actual biological resting pulse rate of an adult mustang horse.

The cool biologically-inspired feature is meant to convey a sense of readiness to the 2018 Mustang, as if it’s a living, breathing creature that’s raring to go.

Additionally, as learned in the 2018′s January debut, the 2017′s V-6 engine has been dropped and the 6-speed automatic transmission has been replaced with a new 10-speed unit.

The 2018 Ford Mustang is set to go on sale in dealerships nationwide later this year.

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Stop by Johnson Bros. Ford to learn more about the 2018 Ford Mustang as information becomes available or to test drive a current Mustang.

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