A Few 2015 Mustang Secrets

I was inspired by the photo I took (below) to write a few secrets about the 2015 50th anniversary Mustang.

 
The photo doesn't do justice to the incredible display of colors on this warm spring evening.
 
The mustang has been around for fifty years and many of it's fans know the ins and outs of this vehicle like it was their hometown football team.  But there are a few secrets this car holds that you may not know.
 
First, there is a sunglass stowage in the instrument panel:
 
 
 A  hidden drop-down bin houses the owner manual, leaving more space in the lockable glove compartment to store personal items:
 
 
 
 Intelligent Access with Push Button Start comes standard on all 2015 Mustangs.  This allows the driver to have the key fob in their pocket or purse (within 36") and open the locked door and start the car with a push of a button.  No more scrambling in the cold, feeling for which pocket you placed your keys in.  Because this is feature is used on a daily bases, the battery may wear out expectantly and this is where the secret comes in.
 
If you look at the center console, at the inside of the rear cup holder, there is a tab.  Lift the tab to reveal a key fob slot.  Place the key fob into the slot to start the vehicle if there is signal interference or a low battery condition.
 
 Smart unlock feature is intended to prevent the Intelligent Access key fob from being locked inside the vehicle and the key fob also includes a removable mechanical key, allowing access to vehicle if the key fob battery is dead.
 
Now that's intelligence!

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