Free for both Apple and Android devices, the app lets people mix and match all the available options on Ford’s brand new pony car … and even some that aren’t. When the app is downloaded, users can start customizing by choosing which model Mustang they desire: The V6, the newly-added Ecoboost option, or the GT, which packs the 5.0-liter Coyote V8 that produces 435 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.
The next screen presents a 3D rendering of the ‘Stang where users can move and examine with a simple drag of the finger. They can also hit specific points to begin swapping out parts like the hood, grille, and wheels, or access them from a side menu.
App users can even change the locations that the 3D car sits in, with more presumably on the way. Once they have the car they want configured, there’s a summary list that is accessible that gives a run down of the parts used that can be saved on a PDF and presented to a Ford dealer.
Once that’s done, app users who are particularly proud of their car can upload them to the community for judging, earning points towards the most popular configurations. There’s even a “race” section of the app that, as of this writing, prompts a “coming soon” message. Anyone interesting shopping for a Mustang will find this a useful tool, while anyone who are simply fans can enjoy a few minutes building the car of their dreams.
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