American muscle cars don't really do features. Apart from the exterior kind, which in this case, appear to want to hurt passers-by. But in Ford's latest model, customers get a practical boot that can handle 408-litres of stuff in the Fastback coupe body style, or 332-litres in the convertible, which is still enough to stow two golf bags.
Standard equipment is also impressive, with auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, a HD rear-view camera and Ford's Sync 2 infotainment system thrown into the basic models.
However, it will be the performance extras that get Mustang fans salivating. A limited slip differential to aid high-speed cornering, a performance brake system and a number of selectable driving modes are standard across the range. Oh, and it's got a 'burnout mode' but more of that later.