Back when the all-new, redesigned 2024 Ford Mustang was revealed last September, it did so with a brand new addition to the lineup as well – the Dark Horse, a range-topping, high-performance variant. At that time, FoMoCo provided quite a few details about the Dark Horse and the many performance and visual upgrades it offers over the GT. Just yesterday, Ford Authority revealed the MSRP of the 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse, and now, FoMoCo itself has released a bevy of details related to the interior of the newest pony car.
One of the cooler details present in the 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse cabin is its all-new anodized blue titanium shift knob for models equipped with the six-speed gearbox, which is hollowed out to make it as lightweight as possible – as well as cooler to the touch, according to Ford. Those that opt for the 10-speed automatic aren’t left in the cold either, as they get anodized silver paddle shifters that offer a metallic feel.
Meanwhile, the flat-bottom steering wheel features controls for drive mode selection, the infotainment screen, and the instrument cluster. It’s wrapped in performance suede, while contrasting Bright Indigo Blue stitching adorns the instrument cluster, door panels, seats, shift boot, and center console trim and lid. The optional electronic drift brake is also wrapped in leather and features an anodized lever.
Customers that opt for the Mustang Dark Horse Appearance Package get specially bolstered Recaro seats with Deep Indigo Blue bolsters and Bright Indigo Blue accent stitching and black Dinamica suede in the center for improved lateral grip. Deep Indigo Blue seatbelts and distinctive seat perforations with blue accents beneath the seating surface round out the blue theme, while the dark metallic hue dubbed Black Alley replaces the bright silver shades present in other 2024 Mustang trim levels.
To further gussy up the interior of the Dark Horse, Ford added a variety of tech-inspired “white noise” and carbon fiber-inspired grains throughout the cabin, including carbon fiber grain on the front of the instrument and door panel trims, while all of the car’s leather and vinyl-wrapped parts feature a luxury grain texture. As a finishing touch, every Dark Horse wears an instrument panel badge that includes the vehicle’s chassis number to show off just how special it is.
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Uh… I still love the smell of gasoline!! This is a hammer of a car.
talk about “reaching” for anything at all to differentiate the ‘DH’ from the $28,000 Ecoboost. Pathetic! And the 60,000 has the exact same orange-peel paint job as the Eco. ’cause nothing says Quality than can’t even get a decent paint job.
You paying attention Mr. Quality, Farley? I gotta admit, what kind of stupid do you have to be to have Ford as an engine supplier in any series, let alone Formula 1?
Tim, is this you posting under a different handle?