The difference in the surrounding grille... I actually like the RWD better than the AWD - more agressive. The headlights is a tough call. I know the three stripes is a Mustang signature, but the plain ones are also a little more aggresive and fit the car better.
Standard and premium headlights
From the website, pricelist...18 inch lichtmetalen velgen met 225/60 banden, i thought they looked okI was also at this presentation. Car looks nice. As I red already somewhere it was bigger then in the pictures. Tires on a 17” looked ok, a little ballony, but I was told the dealers are thinking about a trade in on bigger rims. The frunk looked smaller then I thought, but that was maybe because of the screwd down insert that gives it compartments which in turn might make it optical smaller looking. Driver seat position is great. You don’t have to climb in or sit down in, if you know what I mean (I am 6ft, 1,80m). It might be the demo but they had to slam down the hood to close it. In the back the middle position is to small for a grownup, but fine for a child. I personally liked the rwd front better then the red awd. The interior feels on par with Volvo and not too american. (I don’t recall that the European interior is different to the USA). I like the car, can’t wait to drive it in feb. (Fingers crossed)
You are right, not 17” but 18”, still I am looking to get the 19” while to me the tires did look a little ballony, not to bad, but on a sportive inspired car I think it will look a little better.From the website, pricelist...18 inch lichtmetalen velgen met 225/60 banden, i thought they looked ok
Agreed, i am a bit worried what those bigger wheels will do with the range and comfort so i'll stick with the standard 18"You are right, not 17” but 18”, still I am looking to get the 19” while to me the tires did look a little ballony, not to bad, but on a sportive inspired car I think it will look a little better.
Only when I drive one of my friends cars or rented a car in the USA, I have seen a panic button on the keyfob. Never seen one in Europe, so it might be a regional thingAnd I don't see a panic alarm on the fob. Yay! I hate panic alarms on key fobs. I always crack the fob open to disable it.
The purpose is to draw attention and assistance if one gets attacked in the parking lot on the way to or from the car.
In Nothern America (most?) cars have a red button on the key fob. If you press it for some seconds, the car begins to make noise (either the car alarm sirene or the horn). Picture is not the Mach E Keyfob, it belongs to a Dodge.