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TheCarConnection.com's spies managed to get their closest look yet inside the reworked 2010 Ford Mustang with these latest shots of the exterior and interior.

It appears that the 2010 Ford Mustang's interior is a mix of carryover bits and some new elements. A new steering wheel maintains the current car's three "open spoke" design, but the new wheel gets a double stack of controls, with cruise control buttons on the left, and multimedia buttons on the right to operate the 'Stang's updated SYNC interface.

It appears that the revised 2010 Ford Mustang will maintain the current car's instrument pod, but this prototype shows new white-faced gauges, and the speedometer and tachometer have switched places (the speedo's on the left, tach's on the right). The updated interior also gets new air vents, with slightly more upscale actuation. The current 'Stang's four round air vents have been changed on this prototype: a round vent remains to the left of the steering wheel, but two rectangular vents now reside at the top of the center stack.

Speaking of the center stack, we can't comment on the changes in store, due to the covering still in place over the controls. We'll keep peering inside of 2010 Ford Mustang prototypes until we can see what lies behind. The rest of the interior appears to be very similar to the current car, but there are differences to the switchgear and design of the transmission tunnel.

This prototype also gave us a solid look at the new Mustang's headlight and taillight designs, which are included to round out the story.--KGP Photography

2010 Ford Mustang

2010 Ford Mustang

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2010 Ford Mustang

2010 Ford Mustang

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2010 Ford Mustang

2010 Ford Mustang

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2010 Ford Mustang

2010 Ford Mustang

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2010 Ford Mustang

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  1. looks good, but they need to make them more lik the 60's to the early 90's and more metle frame work.
     
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